How Can We Make Family Law More Accessible? – Emma Nash – S5E22

This week on the Legally Speaking Podcast, our host Robert Hanna welcomes Emma Nash, founder of the ‘Family Law Language Project‘ and Family Law Partner at Fletcher Day.

Aside from Emma’s busy work life as a Family Law Partner, she is a strong advocate for reform within the family justice system. Emma is a strong believer in making family law easier to understand and more accessible to everyone.

In this episode, we discuss the following:

  • A typical workday in the life of a family law partner at Fletcher Day
  • The purpose and importance of the ‘Family Law Language Project’
  • How social media platforms can be used to help re-educate the public and professionals on appropriate language
  • The role of media in portraying family law cases
  • The reforms that will be beneficial for the family justice system
  • How the Divorce Dissolution Separation Act will affect the way family lawyers practice

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