|FAMILY LAW COUNCIL Report Administration of Family Law in Australia||1|
|FAMILY LAW COUNCIL REPORT TO THE ATTORNEY- GENERAL||3|
|SUMMARY OF CONCLUSIONS & RECOMMENDATIONS||12|
|1.COURT PREMISES AND ENVIRONMENT||25|
|2. ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICES TO THE PUBLIC||43|
|3. SEPARATION OF THE CONCILIATION AND JUDICIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE COURT||61|
|4. COMPLAINTS ABOUT THE FAMILY LAW SYSTEM||78|
|5. SPECIALISATION OR ACCREDITATION SCHEME FOR PRACTITIONERS IN FAMILY LAW||87|
|6. SALARIED LEGAL AID LAWYERS||96|
|7. EARLY INTERVENTION BY REGISTRARS IN FINANCIAL MATTERS||100|
|8. POST-COURT, CRISIS COUNSELLING||104|
|9. INFORMING THE COMMUNITY||111|
|Appendix 1 RESPONDENTS TO COUNCIL'S CONSULTATION PAPER ON ADMINISTRATION OF FAMILY LAW||118|
|APPENDIX 3 LISTING PROCEDURES||147|
Family Law Council (Australia) & Australia. Parliament & Australia. Attorney-General's Department. (1986). Administration of family law in Australia : report Retrieved April 19, 2021, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-1458672754
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| author1=Family Law Council (Australia).
| author2=Australia. Parliament.
| author3=Australia. Attorney-General's Department.
| title=Administration of family law in Australia : report
| section=185 pages ; 25 cm.
| series=Parliamentary paper (Australia. Parliament) ;
| issue=PP no. 69 of 1985
| publisher=Government Printer
| access-date=19 April 2021
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