Sorry to have been away from the podcast for so long. Life got in the way! I hope it was worth the wait.
Come along to the UNSW family law intensive https://www.edge.unsw.edu.au/sites/default/files/2019-11/Family%20Law%20Intensive%20Program.pdf where I will be chairing the day.
“In control to steer outcomes”, An interview with Elise McSweeny from SplitWorld
"The real world is not the real world" - family law and separation during Coronavirus with Hayder Shkara, principal at Justice Family Lawyers
New ways of doing old problems: family law in the time of Coronavirus
“A measure of pushback” with Jacqui Dawson (Sexton Family Law)
Anne-Marie Cade: 'Between then and now' - the divorce coach walking with clients through the process
A discussion with Rachel Brace from Relationspace about Max’s Divorce Earthquake
Inside Family Law Podcast launch: 5.30pm, Wed 25 Sept - meet the interviewees behind the podcast, sponsored by Clarence Workspaces for Professionals & Legal Home Loans
“The lens that you have” - Dr Robert Simon (United States Forensic Psychologist) on understanding families around the world and children’s views. AFCC series.
“The answers for themselves” The Honourable Stephen Thackray on working with Aboriginal Australians to make family law more accessible. AFCC series.
“A voice not a choice” – The Honourable Diana Bryant AO QC (former Chief Justice of the Family Court of Australia) on what is working well, what could work better and ideas for reform. AFCC series.
“Things we can do now” - Judge Alexandra Harland on making positive changes on the ground. AFCC series.
“Focus on the kids and think long term” – Judge Tom Altobelli on the AFCC, the importance of collaboration and insights for parents who are separating. AFCC series.
“You know, but you don’t know” – Albert Frantz (concert pianist, entrepreneur, social justice advocate, Vienna) on being a donor conceived child and identity as a human right. AFCC series
“A different way of thinking” - On parenting Coordination overseas and recently in Australia with Dr Astrid Martalas and Craig Schneider, South Africa. AFCC Series.
“They count for something” – Darren Mort (Barrister, actor and director, Melbourne) on Child focused separation including the book and film ‘Tommy’. AFCC Series
“What are these problems?” Dr Phil Stahl (psychologist and expert witness, Arizona) on the specific issues that complicate post separation parenting. AFCC series.
“Building strength and resilience between the parents” - Our Family Wizard with Timothy McMichael and Rachael Howitz: use of technology is family law. AFCC series.
“Winning and losing is not going to be helpful” - Timothy McMichael (Mediator of the Year in New Zealand) on comparing mediation in New Zealand and Australia. AFCC series.
“Talking to a wall” – Reflections on surrogacy in Australia, following a personal experience with Stephen Page (lawyer, Brisbane). AFCC series.