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Family Justice Council Annual Report

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The Family Justice Council Annual Report and Accounts 2005-2006 was published in September 2006. The strategic objectives for 2006-2007 include the following:

  • Examining the use and role of experts in the family justice system
  • Identifying and addressing major issues of concern in proceedings safeguarding children
  • Ensuring better outcomes for parents and children in private law proceedings
  • Identifying and addressing major issues which affect families in relation to financial and property matters

The full report can be viewed on Working in the Family Justice System, the Official Handbook of the Family Justice Council by Elizabeth Walsh, editor of Family Law and International Law was published in September 2006 and can be ordered on See November [2006] Fam Law for the full news article.

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