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Family Law

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11 AUG 2014

Three vacancies at the Family Justice Council

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Three vacancies at the Family Justice Council
The Family Justice Council (FJC) has announced three vacancies for the following posts:

The three posts are unremunerated. Council meetings are held 4 times a year and members will be expected to read and consider papers outside of meetings.

The primary role of the FJC is to promote an inter-disciplinary approach to family justice and to monitor the system.

The Council, a non-statutory, advisory non-departmental public body, monitors how effectively the system, both as a whole, and through its component parts, delivers the service the Government and the public need. It advises on reforms necessary for continuous improvement.

For more information about the FJC click  here.

Family Law published the Family Justice Council Interdisciplinary Conference papers in a May Special Issue of Family Law. For more information on how you can subscribe to the journal or to buy the Special Issue at a discount rate, please visit the journal website.

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