Family Court Reports

Family Court Reports

Consulting Editor - The Rt Hon Sir Matthew Thorpe
Advisory Editors - The Hon Mr Justice Macdonald, Deepak Nagpal KC and Professor Stephen Gilmore

 

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Frequency: Fortnightly
Type: Journal
Format: Print
ISSN: 14726459

Pricing:
£460.00 (1 Year)
£920.00 (2 years)

 

 

If it matters to you, it matters to us…

Bloomsbury’s Family Court Reports give you unparalleled currency in the family cases that matter

Established in 1987, the Family Court Reports have long been one of the most well-regarded set of family law case reports. Relaunched in 2018, we have redefined the reporting criteria to ensure careful case selection that provides coverage of the most significant cases for family law professionals.

Published fortnightly, with quality headnotes, they cover precedent setting cases from the higher courts and cases deciding essential practice points from all levels of court.

The Family Court Reports are first to the market and provide you with a focused selection of the core family case reports quickly and accurately, bringing you optimum case currency and a consistent clarity of detail.

Family Court Reports are at the heart of the expanding Bloomsbury Professional Family Law division.

 

New improved index

Starting in 2020, each issue of the Family Court Reports now includes improved research features:

  • We have added an individual Index to each of the twenty-four issues in the year, citing all of the statutory provisions and cases referred to therein.
  • We have also improved our three per-Volume Indexes. Already a familiar feature of the series, the three Volumes are now supported with an Index that matches the cover design of the reports, improving their feel and durability on your bookshelf. Each one now also includes a helpful contents page for faster legal research.
  • Finally, a new addition to the series will see an Annual Index published at the end of the year, containing every case reported and referred to, every statutory provision referred to, and every key word and legal citation, from all three Volumes. 

By further supporting you in your case research at every point throughout the year, Family Court Reports are the essential series for Family Law practitioners

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Contents from previous issues:

Family Court Reports [2 FCR 2], 25 May 2024

  • BL v OR [2023] EWFC 229; 2 FCR 115
  • K (Children) (Powers of the Family Court) [2024] EWCA Civ 2; 2 FCR 134
  • Potanina v Potanin [2024] UKSC 3; 2 FCR 154
  • Savage v Savage [2024] EWCA Civ 49; 2 FCR 200
  • TRC v NS[2024] EWHC 80 (Fam); 2 FCR 218


Family Court Reports [FCR 1–114], 11 May 2024

  • A Wife v A Husband [2023] EWFC 200; 2 FCR 1
  • Backstrom v Wennberg [2023] EWFC 79; 2 FCR 23
  • BR v BR [2024] EWFC 11; 2 FCR 51
  • JW (Child at home under care order) V [2023] EWCA Civ 944; 2 FCR 59
  • KS v VS [2024] EWHC 278 (Fam); 2 FCR 86
  • Z, Re (Prohibition On Cross-Examination: No QLR) [2024] EWFC 22; 2 FCR 96

 

Family Court Reports [1 FCR 827–948], 27 April 2024

  • Augousti v Matharu (Rev1) [2023] EWHC 1900 (Fam); 1 FCR 827
  • PJ v HB [2023] EWHC 3400 (Fam); 1 FCR 854
  • Re T (a child) (s 9(6) Children Act 1989 orders: exceptional
  • circumstances: parental alienation) [2024] EWHC 59 (Fam), & Re T (a child) (no 2) (transparency: publication of the parties’ names) [2024] EWHC 161 (Fam), Fam D
  • Y v Z [2024] EWFC 4; 1 FCR 894
  • YM (Care Proceedings) (Clarification of Reasons) [2024] EWCA Civ 71; 1 FCR 916

 

Family Court Reports [1 FCR 699–826], 6 April 2024

  • Churchill v Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council [2023] EWCA Civ 1416
  • D v E [2023] EWHC 1941 (Fam)
  • D v E [2023] EWHC 3171 (Fam)
  • H (A Child Recusal) [2023] EWCA Civ 860
  • Ms X v Mr Y [2023] EWHC 3170 (Fam)
  • T (Children) (Jurisdiction Matrimonial Proceedings) [2023] EWCA Civ 285

 

Family Court Reports [1 FCR 569–698], 23 March 2024

  • GA v EL [2023] EWFC 187; 1 FCR 569
  • GA v EL [2023] EWFC 206; 1 FCR 584
  • Galbraith-Marten v De Renee (Rev1) [2023] EWFC 253; 1 FCR 612
  • Parveen v Hussain [2022] EWCA Civ 1434; 1 FCR 627
  • Simon v Simon & Anor [2023] EWCA Civ 1048; 1 FCR 661
  • T v T [2023] EWFC 243; 1 FCR 687