Justice Ellen Murray has agreed to chair this session. There is no question that an allegation of domestic violence complicates the handling of a family law file. Come share in the discussion and learn more about: how to screen a file for domestic violence; how to assess the risk involved in a specific allegation of domestic violence; how to adjust your advocacy in the face of such allegations, (whether your client is the alleged victim or the alleged perpetrator); and how to work with criminal counsel when your client faces criminal charges.
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Updated judicial Schedules are now available for 47 Sheppard. If you would like a copy, please contact Lauren B. Israel (). A further update will be sent in April 2014. Please be advised that all dates are subject to change without notice. Any proposed adjournment dates agreed to by counsel are subject to the judge’s availability, as dates are closed when they become fully booked.
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