Chief Justice: Non-adversarial approaches in criminal and civil law essential to “effective justice”

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At the recent Second International Conference on Non-adversarial Justice: integrating theory and practice The Honourable Wayne Martin AC Chief Justice of Western Australia noted the limitations  of a purely adversarial system and proposed  that development and expansion of the principles of non-adversarial justice is essential if the criminal and civil legal systems are to provide effective justice to the communities which we all serve. 

Read the full address here.

 

 

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