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Guided court visits for the public

Greater Brisbane Family Laws Pathways Network and the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia are holding free guided court visits for interested members of the public. Participants will have the opportunity to sit in call overs, a trial, have a chat with a Div 1 02 Div 2 Judge, a Registrar and a child court expert. Participants are then encouraged to join a networking lunch at a nearby café to discuss the morning experience. Groups are limited to 8 spaces and a 48 hour cancellation policy applies. To stay in the loop for sessions available in the new year, stay up to date via LinkedIn or the FLPN website.

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