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A JUDICIAL STUDIES PROGRAMME LECTURES

Second Lecture: Judging, Diversity and Sensitivity in Family Law – One Judge’s Views

A wide variety of reports have identified problems with private family law process as including (1) cost; (2) complexity; (3) divisiveness; (4) legal uncertainty; (5) delay; (6) the difficulties self-represented litigants have dealing with a system that is based; and (7) on one having legal representation and difficulties the ?system? has adjusting to the increasing numbers of self-represented litigants. FULL DETAILS