Researching Reform is a project dedicated to child welfare in the family justice system and was started in 2008. In that same year, The Times newspaper nominated the project’s website a useful resource for families going through divorce and in 2009, JD Supra voted the project’s editor, who has a legal background, one of their Savvy Women in The Law. Today, we’re very privileged to have a following both in the House of Commons and the House of Lords.
Researching Reform is dedicated to simplifying the family justice system and finding solutions to the current problems faced by families and practitioners alike. Researching Reform produces events, up to date analysis and articles all relating to the practical realities of divorce and child welfare-based policies, as experienced in the family justice system and beyond. We are dedicated to the welfare of the child and this central theme runs through every project we work on.
Social Services/Child Protection