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Dear David: A Memo to the Norgrove Committee from the Dartington Conference 2011


ISBN13: 9781846613081
Published: December 2011
Publisher: Jordan Publishing Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback A4
Price: £40.00



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The 2011 Interdisciplinary Conference held at Dartington Hall assembled a uniquely qualified group of contributors, drawn from the many professions involved in the work of the family justice system.

This book brings together their papers and is essential reading for all those involved in the family law field.

Subjects:
Family Law
Contents:
Playing safe? The Family Justice Review and the management of risk in private law cases
Professor Liz Trinder
A brave new world for Family Justice? Opportunities and challenges for reforms in private law cases
Emeritus Professor Janet Walker OBE
ABE Interviews, children’s testimony and hearing the voice of the child in family cases: Are we barking up the right tree?
Professor Penny Cooper
Hearing the voice of the child
Christine Renouf and Mary Mullin
Reform of the Family Court
Sir Nicholas Wall P
The Single Family Court
Rt Hon Lord Justice Andrew McFarlane
Legal Aid reform and the Family Justice Review
Katherine Gieve
Reforming care proceedings – a socio-legal perspective
Professor Judith Masson
Reforming care proceedings – a judicial perspective: The challenge of changing the approach of practitioners and the judiciary
HHJ Lesley Newton
The Munro Review of Child Protection: Final Report – A child-centred system
Professor Eileen Munro
Routes to permanence: achieving stability and a ‘sense of permanence’ for children who may need out-of-home care
Emeritus Professor June Thoburn CBE
Pre-proceedings processes in children’s social care
Dr Jonathan Dickens