The Australian Law Reform Commission Report on the Family Law System: Implications for Domestic Violence
The Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) Review of the Family Law System is the first comprehensive review of Australia’s family law system since its commencement more than 40 years ago.The ALRC Report on the Review of the Family Law System findings and recommendations have serious implications for domestic violence, and women and children will be deeply affected by how they are implemented. Please join us for an interactive discussion and networking luncheon to consider the report and recommendations for domestic violence cases as part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
This is a partnership event between Brisbane Domestic Violence Service and QUT Law.
15 May 2019
9.30am – arrival
10am – presentation and panel discussion
12pm – networking lunch
Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women meeting room
55 Russell Street, South Brisbane
- Jo Mason – Anti-domestic violence advocate and representative for Micah Projects’ Brisbane Domestic Violence Service Resound Voices of Experience group
- Associate Professor Molly Dragiewicz, School of Justice, Faculty of Law, Queensland University of Technology (Moderator)
- Magistrate Linda Bradford-Morgan, Specialist Domestic Violence Court Magistrate
- April O’Mara, Manager Practice, Governance, and Research, Centacare Family & Relationship Services
- Angela Lynch, CEO, Women’s Legal Service Queensland
- Zoe Rathus, Senior Lecturer, Griffith University Law School