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Online seminar on improving family law system post-pandemic
Oonagh Buckley, deputy secretary general at the Department of Justice

17 Jun 2020 / family law Print

District Court President to speak on family law tweaks

Family support organisation One Family is hosting a seminar entitled ‘Learning from Covid-19:  Building a family law system that works for families’ on Thursday, 2 July.

Among the speakers is Judge Colin Daly, President of the District Court.

The webinar will take place from 3-5pm live via Zoom.

The seminar sets out to examine how the experience of COVID-19 can help improve the Irish family law system for children and parents.


The panel of speakers includes:

  • Oonagh Buckley – Deputy Secretary General, Department Justice & Equality,
  • Anthony Douglas – Former head of CAFCASS,
  • Judge Colin Daly – President of the District Court,
  • Peter Mullan – Head of Circuit & District Courts Directorate, Courts Service.

The seminar will be chaired by Karen Kiernan, chief executive of One Family.

The event is free but places are limited to facilitate debate.

Places can be reserved online. 

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