#FamilyLaw Anonymity Of The Expert Witnesses


Judgment Expert Witnesses

This judgment emerges from applications concerning disclosure of information about the medical evidence presented in care proceedings and the anonymity of the expert witnesses.

“It is absolutely right that social workers and social care managers are accountable for their practice and their decisions.   Accountability exists through the legal system, through the GSCC, through the Local Government Ombudsman and through councils’ complaints and representations procedures.   Mr and Mrs Ward wish to advance public debate. No issue is taken with that. However, publicly naming social care staff in that process is unnecessary and undesirable for all the reasons stated. It would not advance the public debate about infant fractures, about the family court system or about child protection systems.”

A v Ward [2010] EWHC 16 (Fam)

Anonymity of the expert witnesses is not allowed

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30 Responses to #FamilyLaw Anonymity Of The Expert Witnesses

  1. towardchange says:

    It is the role of the media to hold people in power accountable.

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