Interveners in Public Family Law Cases – Researching Reform for Jordans Family Law

Researching Reform

For our column over at Jordans this month, we have chosen to write about interveners in The Family Court and the rules and regulations surrounding them, as well as the ongoing lack of clarity and transparency the scant guidelines effect. The article is designed to provide information on who interveners are, what they can do and how they impact the cases they wish to join.

This piece can be read in conjunction with our latest post on Researching Reform about Dr Hibbert, who has himself in an unprecedented move asked to be joined as a third-party intervener in a case which has garnered national media coverage. 


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