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Access to Family Justice Free Seminar

October 22, 2013 at 2:40 PM

The NZ Centre for Human Rights is organising a free seminar on Access to Family Justice – The Challenges Ahead.

Date: Tuesday 29 October 2013, 4-6pm

Venue: The University of Auckland

Here are the flyer and programme which gives you more details on the panel of speakers and mediators on these topics.

  • No Family Justice for Children – how the family justice reforms will ignore children and young people’s concerns and deny them the right to be heard

(Alison Cleland, Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Law, University of Auckland)

  • Conciliating Justice – the pros and cons of conciliating child custody disputes

(Dr Vivienne Elizabeth, Senior Lecturer, Sociology, University of Auckland)

  • Family Violence -- systemic rights and wrongs

(Ruth Herbert, Director, The Impact Collective with Catriona MacLennan, Barrister)

  • Family Dispute Resolution Providers – what everyone needs to know

(Barbara McCulloch, Mediator, Conflict Coach and Trainer, Around the Table Solutionz Ltd)

  • “Two’s Company, Three’s A Crowd” -- Legal Services, Fixed Fees, and Family Legal Aid

(Dianne Martin, Barrister)

 and Frances Joychild QC



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