Lord Justice Sir James Munby President of the Family Division


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

Sir Nicholas Wall retired 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.

 

Disclosure of expert’s name and report ordered to further “informed debate”

The then President of the Family Division ordered the disclosure of an expert’s report, prepared for the purpose of care proceedings, because it would contribute to an informed debate about the Family Justice System. Importantly, he also advocated such disclosure to become routine practice going forward. ~ Sir Nicholas Wall  

The President, Wall LJ, did not grant Dr M anonymity and ordered that his report (anonymised to protect the family) may also be published.

The legal principles:

  • The President approved and adopted the reasoning of Munby J (as he then was) in BBC v CAFCASS Legal [2007] EWHC 616 (Fam) and A v Ward [2010] EWHC 16 (Fam), decisions which also considered the question of what should be permitted to be reported about child care proceedings which had been dismissed (para 29).

Paid Pipers: Confronting the Problems Associated with Experts
in the Justice System,  Lynne Wrennall

The paper outlines some of the major problems that have arisen in the role of
experts in the justice system, with a particular emphasis on the troubled
relationship between the theories and practice of expert witnesses and
Miscarriages of Justice, both false positives and false negatives. The purpose of the paper is to marshal the existing evidence, to develop a sense of the nature, scope and extent of the problems associated with expert witnesses. Click here to read more>>>

Presented below are abstracts, which you may find interesting information

Freedom of Information request to The Law Society.

Please tell me if James Munby has any financial interest in Gordon Murdoch QC and or Coram Adoption Agency as well as IPSEA and any other special Needs Industry or body?

“Unfortunately the Law Society does not hold the requested information.”

This judge imprisoned Mark Harris. We give a newspaper report and a press release from Tony Coe of Equal Parenting Council to explain the background and what Munby has done and said.

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2 Responses to Lord Justice Sir James Munby President of the Family Division

  1. Pingback: Contempt Of Court | Parents Rights Blog

  2. tony says:

    His excellency Lord Justice James Munby,I Thank u for stand by the truth and to brought to light some of the most secret things that the social services and social workers always do to innocent families with fantastic allegation being accepted as the way of work the do.
    Pls,Lord Justice Munby try to investigate the social services and social workers of Barnet,adult and children department.Be more interested to hear from parents and you will find out something that you wouldn’t believe they are doing.
    Pls,Sir,sending someone to investigate on these names social workers:mark campbell,rosia halliday,emma hawes,ella patterson,janet lamb .
    God bless u.

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