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Community Conversations: Domestic Abuse and the Courts

Join us in the Fassnidge Hall for a friendly, collaborative exploration of some of the latest research taking place at Brunel University London, facilitated by four of Brunel’s leading academics. The conversation will provide lots of opportunity to pose questions to the academics, as well as discuss the implications of the research for Uxbridge, its residents and community. The conversations start at 7pm on Mondays the 9, 16, 23 and 30 of May. 

 

Domestic Abuse and the Courts 


Monday 30 May  

The conversation will examine research at Brunel into domestic abuse and the family courts, including allegations of parental alienation against victims/survivors of domestic abuse, and proposals for the way forward in changing the ‘pro-contact culture' in the family courts. 

 

Adrienne Barnett, Senior Lecturer in Law 
Adrienne’s area of research is domestic abuse and the family courts, including the use of allegations of parental alienation against victims/survivors of domestic abuse. 

 

Places for this event are limited, pleased register HERE 
 

This event is one of many lively sessions at the Brunel Research Festival in May. Explore the full programme at brunel.ac.uk/BRF