LEADR and ADRA jointly present
The shared parenting laws – Is there a case for reform?
with Paul Boers
on Thursday 14 October
In this presentation, Paul will examine the law reforms to parenting matters under the Family Law Act in 2006 and how the law is applied, citing some of the more significant case authorities in that regard.
He will then broadly examine social science reviews of those laws, and offer conclusions as to whether there are any deficiencies in the laws, and whether any law reform is warranted.
About Paul Boers
Paul Boers is an Accredited Specialist (Family Law) employed by Craddock Murray Neumann in its family law section. He is also a co-chair of the Inner City Legal Centre at Kings Cross where he also volunteers.
Paul has more than 20 years experience in family law, in both the public and private sector. He previously worked as a Registrar of the Family Court of Australia, and has written papers about numerous family law topics.
Thursday 14 October 2010
6.15pm Doors close
Concludes at 7.30pm
Level 1, 13-15 Bridge Street
$25 (incl GST) members
$30 (incl GST) non-members
By Tues 12 Oct firstname.lastname@example.org
or T: 02 9251 3366
This event will contribute 1 hour of CPD for accreditation under the NMAS and LEADR accreditation.
A podcast of the recording from this meeting will be available to LEADR members on the LEADR website.