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Make No Fault the Default

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This week we are highlighting the campaign for ‘no fault’ divorce following the publication of a new report on this issue by Professor Liz Trinder, Finding Fault. Avid followers of this campaign will recall our “No More Fault” blog in October 2016. Finding Fault was published by the Nuffield Foundation and launched in Parliament at the end of last month and presents research into the current state of divorce law in England and Wales. The research took place over two years and heard from over a thousand divorcees, as well as family lawyers and judges. It highlights the inherent problems…

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Longer Life, Smaller Pension?

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Every year, as part of its annual Women and Retirement Report, Scottish Widows conducts research to establish the specific challenges facing women as they prepare for retirement. This year’s 13th annual report confirms what we have already known for a long time, that women fall behind men in terms of adequate pension savings. They are more likely to miss out on automatic enrolment (AE) contributions paid by their employers because they typically earn less, and they will miss out on contributions if they take time out of work to look after children. However, it is the second finding that concerns…

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An interview with….Natalie Sutherland

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We are delighted to announce Natalie Sutherland’s arrival at CFLP. Now that Natalie has her desk set up (a large hole punch was a must!) and has found her way around the office (and importantly now knows where we keep the chocolate) we thought we’d take the opportunity in this week’s blog to welcome Natalie Sutherland to our team with a little Q&A. Q: So, Natalie, you’ve been living in Cambridge since the middle of the summer. Welcome to Cambridge! How have you found the city since your arrival? It’s great. Cambridge is so beautiful and everyone is really friendly….

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All hail Lady Hale

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In this week’s blog, the incoming Supreme Court President, Lady Hale has caught our attention following her comments on diversity in the judiciary. Lady Hale, who replaces Lord Neuberger as Supreme Court President (being the first female appointment to the role) commented to a Belfast audience that the traditional solicitor / barrister divide in the profession was partly to blame for lack of females in the judiciary. Followers of our blog will be aware that we’ve previously highlighted Lady Hale’s role in challenging the diversity of the judiciary, not only from a gender perspective but also looking at the wider…

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