Webinar: Parental Alienation in the Australian Family Law System
Updated: May 26
Family Law Pathways Network presents:
Zoe Rathus AM:
Parental Alienation in the Australian Family Law System
Thursday, 18 March 2021 1:00 - 2:30 pm AEDT
The Family Law Pathways Networks across Australia invite you to join a free webinar with leading family law expert, Zoe Rathus AM.
This webinar will explore the concept of parental alienation in the Australian family law system, and particularly will look at the impact of tensions between:
the philosophy of shared post-separation parenting;
family and domestic violence;
protection of children from harm;
allegations of alienation of children from a parent; and
ways the idea of parental alienation can be misused.
Registered participants will be emailed a link for the webinar within 24 hours of the scheduled start time and will also have access to a recording of the webinar for a period of time following the live stream
Zoe Rathus AM is a senior lecturer at the Griffith University Law School. She has published and presented widely on women and the law, particularly the family law system and the impact of family violence on women and children. Zoe commenced in private practice in 1981 and became coordinator of the Women's Legal Service in 1989 - where she then worked for 15 years. She has been a vocal advocate for legal system reform for nearly 40 years. She is currently Chairperson of the Immigrant Women's Support Service and a member of the Queensland Law Society Domestic Violence Committee. Zoe has received a number of awards, including an Order of Australia in 2011 for her services to women, the law, Indigenous peoples and education