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Last Updated: Tuesday, 25 July 2006, 14:15 GMT 15:15 UK
Family Court reforms
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BBC Radio 4's Law in Action was broadcast on Tuesday, 25 July, 2006 at 1600 BST.

Family Courts have been accused of being too secretive and biased against men.

Now the government has said it wants to change the rules so the courts open up. But what will this mean?

How can the media have more access to proceedings without intruding into the privacy of vulnerable children? Family law solicitor Joanne Edwards and legal journalist Linda Tsang give their views.

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