Canadian Journal of Family Law
Introduction: Domestic Violence and Access to Justice within the Family Law and Intersecting Legal Systems
The articles in this collection explore the access to justice issues that arise for survivors of domestic violence in their encounters with Canada’s family law system. While family law and family dispute resolution processes are the central focus of the articles, three contributions also address family law's intersections with other legal domains (civil restraining orders, child welfare, and immigration). Common across the contributions is a desire to carefully interrogate the potential of law and legal processes to enhance—or conversely to undermine—the safety and well-being of survivors and their children.
Jennifer Koshan, Wanda Wiegers, Janet Mosher, Wendy Chan, and Michaela Keet,
"Introduction: Domestic Violence and Access to Justice within the Family Law and Intersecting Legal Systems"
Can J Fam L