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Working in the Family Justice System: The Official Handbook of the Family Justice Council (Third Edition) download ebook

by Elizabeth Walsh,Gillian Geddes

Working in the Family Justice System: The Official Handbook of the Family Justice Council (Third Edition) download ebook
ISBN:
1846611121
ISBN13:
978-1846611124
Author:
Elizabeth Walsh,Gillian Geddes
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Jordan Publishing Limited; 3rd edition (March 31, 2010)
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486 pages
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The Family Justice Council are to be congratulated on providing a first rate guide for what many feel to be an ignored area of practice consigned to those in certain areas of the legal profession. like us, as counsel in the common law system providing for social justice. Elizabeth Walsh and Gillian Geddes are to be congratulated on producing the sort of material we could never find 20 years ago.

The UK's family justice system 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 in family justice understand how each profession thinks and operates.

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Family Justice Courts of Singapore (FJC) comprise the Youth Courts, Family Courts and High Courts (Family Division). The Youth Courts hear cases related to children and young persons. It was formerly the Juvenile Courts under the civil division State Courts of Singapore. The Family Courts hear all family proceedings except cases under the Children and Young Persons Act, which are heard by the Youth Courts. It was formerly under the civil division of the State Courts of Singapore.

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Child-friendly justice. Children come into contact with the justice system in many different ways. This can be for family matters such as divorce or adoption, in administrative justice for nationality or immigration issues or in criminal justice as victims, witnesses or perpetrators of crimes. The Council of Europe has created various standards and guidelines in the field of child-friendly justice. These standards aim at improving the justice system and adapting it to the specific needs of children. The committee’s work on standard setting in the field of children’s rights culminated in the adoption of the guidelines on child-friendly justice, which were adopted in 2010.

The UK's family justice system 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 in family justice understand how each profession thinks and operates. This third edition - fully updated to take account of all UK developments - highlights the essentials of family justice and explains what the responsibilities of the respective professionals are and how they interact. The book sets out the important principles of law that underpin the UK system and provides an accessible guide to newcomers, as well as to established professionals who need information about the ways other disciplines work and are organized.