Collected Papers of the 2014 Family Justice Council Interdisciplinary Conference: Family Justice Redefined? PLUS the CAP, PLO and more

  • Foreword by Sir James Munby, President of the Family Division
  • Articles
    • 11th View from the President's Chambers: The process of reform: on the cusp of history by Sir James Munby
    • Plenary Session 1 - Family justice redefined? Family justice after reform
      Family justice redefined? Family justice after reform by The Rt Hon Lord Justice Ryder
    • Justice redefined – or justice diluted? by Professor Nicola Lacey
    • Session 1 - Changing concepts of justice within public family law: views on theory and practice
    • Straining the quality of justice by Dr Laura Hoyano
      Are we clear where we are going? by Her Honour Judge Katharine Marshall
    • Role of local authority by Uma Mehta
    • Recent developments in adoption by Alex Verdan QC
    • Session 2 - Changing concepts of justice and private family law: views on theory and practice
    • Justice by ADR by Professor Alison Diduck
    • Out-of-court family dispute resolution: The lessons of experience by Professor Anne Barlow
    • Session 3 - Marginalised voices in the changing public and private family law landscape
    • The impact of the LASPO changes by Christina Blacklaws
    • Marginalised voices by Maud Davis
    • Taking a longer view of contact by Jane Fortin
    • Plenary Session 2 - Access to justice: the impact of reduction and removal of public funding; impact on families of the pre-proceedings process
    • Access to justice after legal aid by Professor Rosemary Hunter
    • Private law reform by The Hon Mr Justice Cobb
    • Session 4 - The role of key players in public law reform: views on theory and reality
    • Care Proceedings in 26 weeks by Dr Jonathan Dickens
      Importance of early family engagement by Bridget Lindley OBE & Court User
    • Session 5 - LiPs, domestic abuse and safety - analysing the LASPO effect
    • Exploring the LASPO Gap by Professor Rosemary Hunter
    • The support needs and impact of litigants in person by Professor Liz Trinder
    • Fair case management by District Judge Chris Lethem
    • Session 6 - Research and expert evidence - what role is played in service of children's best interests in court proceedings?
    • Initial research findings: The typical levels of parental invovlement where post-separation parenting is resolved by court order by Dr Mbaeh Harding and Dr Annika Newnham
    • What role is played in service of children's best interests in court proceedings? by Joan Hunt
    • Access to justice: the limitations on expert evidence by The Hon Mrs Justice Russell
  • Conclusions
  • In Practice
    • Practice Direction 12A - Care, Supervision and Other Part 4 Proceedings: Guide to Case Management
    • C110A - Application for a care or supervision order and other orders under Part 4 of the Children Act 1989 or an Emergency Protection Order under section 44 of the Children Act 1989
    • Practice Direction 12B - Child Arrangements Programme
    • Practice Direction 12J - Child Arrangements and Contact Order: Domestic Violence and Harm
    • Practice Direction 27A - Family Proceedings: Court Bundles (Universal Practice to be applied in the High Court and Family Court)

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