Council for the National Interest
PO Box 653 Belmont WA 6984 email@example.com 0418 742 701 www.cniwa.com.au
Speaker: Dr Augusto Zimmermann
Professor of Law, Sheridan College, Perth, Western Australia.
Professor of Law (adjunct) at the University of Notre Dame Australia, Sydney
President, Western Australian Legal Theory Association
Former Law Reform Commissioner, Western Australia (2012-2018).
Editor-in-Chief, Western Australia Jurist law journal
Internationally known legal scholar, prolific writer and author
Topic: The Court of Injustice
Mr Russell Goodrick
Former Channel 9 News Reader, Corporate Video Specialist,
Journalist and advocate for changes within the Family Court.
Everyone welcome to attend this open and free public forum.
You do not have to be a specialist in the Judiciary or Court affairs to acknowledge the parlous state of Australia's judicial system. For example, the Family Law Court is notoriously renowned for providing a number of perverse incentives for unethical behaviour that undermines confidence in marriage and sustains high divorce rates. The current system aggravates family conflict by enlarging the scope for unscrupulous spouses to engage, without fear of penalty, in opportunistic behaviour – behaviour, moreover, which reaps considerable pecuniary benefits at the expense of the innocent partner. It allows one partner to surprise the other with the declaration that the marriage is over without having to give reasons or undertake any negotiations on how fault should be acknowledged.
Dr Augusto Zimmermann will cast a light on the injustices of the family court system
Free Entry, Everyone Welcome
Presentation Speech followed by Q&A Session
When: Sunday 6 May 2018
Time: 2.30pm start to 4.30pm finish
Where: Royal Perth Yacht Club, Australia II Drive, Crawley Bay, Nedlands 6009
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