Retirement of the President of the Family Division and Head of Family Justice for England and Wales


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Sir Nicholas Wall will retire as the President of the Family Division and Head of Family Justice for England and Wales on 1 December 2012 on grounds of ill health.

See on www.justice.gov.uk

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4 Responses to Retirement of the President of the Family Division and Head of Family Justice for England and Wales

  1. Bruno D'Itri says:

    One of Nicholas Wall’s worst legacies is his still unexplained U-turn on the issue of Payne v Payne:
    http://news.realfathersforjustice.org/index.php?itemid=537

    Bruno D’Itri

  2. Bruno D'Itri says:

    An excellent article which exposes Sir Nicholas Wall’s seemingly confused and contradictory stance on Payne v Payne:

    http://blog.taylorking.co.uk/category/children/leave-to-remove/

    A frank and comprehensive explanation from Wall would have been of great assistance to the legal fraternity. It’s never too late, Nicholas!

    Regards
    Bruno D’Itri

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