Reforming care proceedings: a socio-legal perspective

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Abstract

Using the findings of the ESRC -funded Parents Representation Study (RES-062-23-1163) this chapter considers the proposals of the Interim Report of the Family Justice Review and discusses what else needs to change to ensure that care proceedings are completed within the child's timescale. Particularly, the chapter argues for continuity of all the professionals involved, not just the judiciary; a greater willingness to adjudicate; and changes in the way hearings are conducted to allow for more direct involvement of parents.
Translated title of the contributionReforming care proceedings: a socio-legal perspective
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationDear David: A memo to the Norgrove Committee from the Dartington Conference 2011
EditorsM Thorpe, W Tyzack
PublisherJordans
Pages79 - 87
Number of pages8
ISBN (Print)9781846613081
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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    Masson, JM. (2011). Reforming care proceedings: a socio-legal perspective. In M. Thorpe, & W. Tyzack (Eds.), Dear David: A memo to the Norgrove Committee from the Dartington Conference 2011 (pp. 79 - 87). Jordans.