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Working with the Child Care Protocol

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ISBN13: 9780853089223
ISBN: 0853089221
Published: December 2003
Publisher: Family Law
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £21.00
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The new Protocol for Judicial Case Management in Public Law Children Act Cases came into force on the 1st November. All professionals involved in Child Care work will need to understand the protocol and its implications for practice. Jordans is pleased to announce the publication of a Special Bulletin designed to help practitioners to work with the protocol. Written by David Hershman QC and Andrew McFarlane QC, this Special Bulletin explains the protocol step by step and will help all practitioners to implement the protocol effectively.

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Subjects:
Family Law
Contents:
Outline

The Overriding Objective

Principles of Application

Implementation with Local Plans

Timetabling

The First Hearing in the Family Proceedings Court

The Allocation Hearing the County Court

Allocation in the High Court

The Case Management Conference

Duties of the Local Authorities for the Case Management Conference

Documents for the Case Management Conference

Court Bundle

Duties of the Parties for the Case Management Conference

Advocates meeting prior to the Case Management Conference

Protocol Timetable

The Initial Social Work Statement

The Pre-hearing Review

The Final Hearing

Preparation

Judge

Advocate

APPENDIX

The Protocol

The Appendices to the Protocol

The Practice Direction

Annex to the Practice Direction: Principles of Application

Report of the Advisory Committee

Annex to the Report: Members of the Advisory Committee and Acknowledgements