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Children’s role and influence on family justice system debated

Children’s role and influence on family justice system debated

The family justice system is currently going through major change and the role of children in the legal process forms the focus of a series of debates, lectures and workshops at the University of Exeter.

Baroness Scotland, the former Attorney General and family law specialist, is speaking on ‘Children in the Family Justice System’ at an evening reception funded by the SETsquared Partnership on 6 September. An international group of leading academics who research on family issues will be joined by a range of legal family practitioners, judges, policy makers, social workers, children’s charities as well as some children from local schools to debate this topical issue.

“SETsquared is delighted to sponsor this event” said Graham Harrison, Partnership Director, “This is an example of how we can support our Universities in creating real impact from their world class research.”

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