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Anyone involved in, or embarking on, a career within the family justice system knows that it is a complex alliance between several diverse professions - all with different roles to play and procedures to follow. It is therefore vital that those working within family justice understand how each profession thinks and operates.
This handbook, approved by the Family Justice Council, cuts through the mystery surrounding family justice to explain how it is organised, what the responsibilities of the respective professionals are and how they interact. Though not a legal text book, it also sets out the important principles of law that underpin the system to provide an accessible guide to newcomers as well as to established professionals who need information about the function of other disciplines.
Working in the Family Justice System is written by Elizabeth Walsh, Solicitor and Mediator, the widely respected Editor of Family Law and International Family Law. She has distilled her extensive experience and practical working knowledge of family justice to produce one of the most useful, readable guides to the family justice system ever written.