Jan. 18, 2017
Kent Law Clinic to educate local community about family court proceedings
Kent Law Clinic at the University of Kent is going to be educating the local community about family court proceedings at a new event later this month in the courtroom of Kent Law Clinic’s Wigoder Law Building. The purpose of this event is to offer anyone expecting to be a ‘litigant in person’ the chance to experience what it feels like to attend court and help to explain what is likely to happen at a family hearing.
Local barristers, judges and representatives from the Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service (Cafcass) will be present alongside members of Kent Law Clinic.
Philippa Bruce, Kent Law Clinic solicitor and event organizer, explains, “Representing yourself in family court proceedings can be very stressful and the court itself can feel like an intimidating place if you are unsure what to expect so our event aims to help people gain knowledge and confidence.”
This event is free and will take place on Wednesday 25th January from 5-6.30pm.
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Content added on 18th January 2017.
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