Her Majesty’s Courts and Tribunals Service is launching its 4th annual public user event, with a conference dedicated to family court reforms.
The online event spans three days, with the final day focusing on an update for family court reforms which are part of a £1bn Programme to modernise the justice system.
Members of the public will be able to learn more about the reform programme and how it is addressing challenges arising from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The invitation says, “Each day will begin with an introduction from the deputy directors of each service area. Throughout the day there will be an opportunity for Q&A sessions, live demonstrations of online services, and much more.”
Attendees do not have to register for a full day, and can opt to select which sessions they would like to attend.
Registrants will be given a more detailed programme over the coming weeks and the chance to choose and book the sessions they would like to attend.
The family court session is scheduled for Thursday 5 November, and will be hosted through Microsoft Teams.
The event and all its sessions are free.
I hope this includes getting rid of Cafcass.
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Family Coalition said:
Be more ambitious … get rid of the Family Courts. Buckmaster Fuller was right.
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