Kath Kenny

Kath Kenny is a reviewer, researcher, and essayist who has contributed to numerous books and publications, including #MeToo: Stories from the Australian movement (2019). She recently completed an award-winning doctorate in women’s liberation film and theatre.

Kath Kenny reviews 'Broken: Children, parents and family courts' by Camilla Nelson and Catharine Lumby

October 2021, no. 436 23 September 2021
Kath Kenny reviews 'Broken: Children, parents and family courts' by Camilla Nelson and Catharine Lumby
During the early 1980s, in a series of attacks on the Family Court in Sydney, a judge was shot dead outside his home, while bombs killed another judge’s wife and injured a third judge and his children as they slept. The man behind these and other attacks, Leonard Warwick, was involved in a custody dispute with his ex-wife over the care of their young daughter, but it would be thirty-five years b ... (read more)