When and How to ask for Expert Reports in Family Law Proceedings

Ken Proudman - view Arbitrator profile
BARR LLP (Alberta)

Hosted by CBA Child & Youth South in Alberta from 12:00 pm to 1:15 pm on January 11, 2022


The guest speakers will be doing a mock court application and interview with the psychologist to address issues of when and how to ask for expert reports under Practice Notes 7 and 8 in family law proceedings. Perspectives will be shared from the point of view of the court’s considerations, the psychologist’s considerations, children’s counsel arguments, and as parents’ counsel arguments

Justice S. Kachur, Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench
Nancy Rohatinsky, Director & practicing registered psychologist,
Empowering You
Jennifer Shaften, Partner, Foster LLP


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