Family Dispute Resolution and Victims of Violence: Potential Roles for CLCs Rachael Field Faculty of Law QUT [email protected] Family Dispute Resolution. “a process (other than a judicial process):
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Family Dispute Resolution and Victims of Violence:
Potential Roles for
Faculty of Law QUT
This is because:
This means that:
Involves lawyers trained as mediation coaches assisting with:
Assisting clients who are victims of violence:
Pre-Mediation Role for Lawyers:
In-Mediation Support and Advocacy Role for Lawyers:
providing instant legal advice,
contextualising perpetrator’s claims,
asking for time-out.
Post-Mediation Role for Lawyers
Understanding the mediation process.