THE POPULAR DIVORCE GUIDE TO THE MATRI- MONIAL CAUSES ACT,
1937 By Alfred Fellows
Mr. Alfred Fellows has written a book (Watts, 2s.) of extreme value to lawyers ; but it is rather surprising to find it described as a Popular Divorce Guide, though no doubt it may enable account- ants and other persons who like posing as lawyers to discourse at length to their clients* on the new Act. Mr. Fellows admirably summarises, with all the precision of a Chancery counsel, the difficulties of the new Act which are principally due to the fact that "It is grafted on all the previous legislation and the practice of the Court with respect to connivance, collusion, con- donation, &c." It is not the first book which he has written on the subject but it is certainly the best.