Tuesday, 2 August 2022
The concept of parental alienation is widely used in disputes in the Family Law Jurisdiction. Psychologists also use it as representing a process through which a child becomes estranged from one parent as the result of the psychological manipulation of another parent. If it exists in whatever form, this paper asks whether the present family Law jurisdiction serves the best interest of a child when a child is not having an ongoing relationship with one parent. Reference is made to the recent authorities and well-known research.
- Neil Jackson
This seminar has been organised by the NSW Bar Associations Family Law Committee.
|Date & Times||Tuesday, August 2, 2022 at 5:15pm - 6:15pm|
|CPD Strand||Substantive Law, Practice and Procedure, and Evidence|
Online via Zoom Webinar