Family Justice Council

The primary role of the Family Justice Council is to promote an inter-disciplinary approach to family justice and to monitor the system.

The Council is looking to recruit a new Magistrate member. If you are interested in applying, please click for further details

Two new guides published: Financial Needs on Divorce and Capacity to Litigate in Proceedings Involving Children

The primary role of the Family Justice Council is to promote an inter-disciplinary approach to family justice and to monitor the system. ...

The FJC holds annual debates and biennial conferences to discuss key issues in the family justice system.

FJC guidance on a variety of topics. Guidance on Financial Needs on Divorce: Edition 2 – April 2018 The FJC has now ...

The mini pupillage scheme for Specialist Registrars has operated in the Family Division of the High Court for some time. In more ...

Copies of reports which are relevant to the work of the FJC.

2016 April 2016 A consultation on changes to Rules relating to the composition of magistrates’ courts, bench officers, elections and justices’ training ...

The working groups were set up by the Family Justice Council to carry out essential work.

The latest meeting minutes can be found here.

Contact Details The Family Justice Council is unable to offer advice in individual cases however if you have a query regarding the ...