The Child-centred Family Justice Strategy: Baseline Information from Family Law Practitioners

Appendix B:
Survey on the Practice of Family Law in Canada*

The Canadian Research Institute for Law and the Family is conducting this survey as part of a project funded by the Department of Justice Canada. This survey is intended to obtain current information on the characteristics of cases handled by family law practitioners in Canada, and to obtain information from both lawyers and judges concerning family law issues.

We would appreciate your assistance in completing this survey. Please be assured that your anonymity will be maintained and that responses will not be attributed to individuals.

This project is intended to help increase understanding of areas that should be addressed in law reform. Family law practitioners have important perspectives, and you are encouraged to participate.

As an incentive for participating in this project, if you complete the survey, your name will be entered in a draw for one of several prizes, including: two waivers of the registration fee for the 2006 National Family Law Program; five $50 gift certificates to Tim Hortons; and five $50 gift certificates to Chapters. To enter this draw, please complete the entry form attached to this page, remove it from the survey, and drop both the entry form and the completed survey off at the Conference Registration Desk before 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, July 14, 2004. The draw will be made on Wednesday evening. Entry forms will be destroyed after the draws are made.

Thank you for your cooperation in completing this survey.

* Ce questionnaire est également disponible en français. Veuillez vous adresser au comptoir des inscriptions.


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