Resolution Looking For New Committee Members

Resolution Looking For New Committee Members

Five committees within Resolution are looking for new members to join their teams and are welcoming applications from members of all backgrounds. 

Describing the work as demanding and complex, the roles also promise to be productive, enjoyable and rewarding, with access to expertise, new perspectives and professional networking opportunities.   

The five committees are: 

  • Collaborative Working Party that look to engage and support practitioners involved in collaborative work.  They are looking to recruit a lawyer member with experience of collaborative practice to join the team to help promote collaborative practise, deliver information and training, as well as promote publications and resources for members. 
  • The Dispute Resolution Committee who works across all areas of family dispute resolution.  They are looking for a YRes member, who will be “passionate” about improving outcomes for clients as well as to help identify the changes needed to practice and procedure. 
  • The Pensions, Tax and Finance Remedies Committee who help shape the rules, policies and legislation in relation to tax, pensions and financial remedies.  The committee also look to promote law reform in the interests of both clients and members.  Again, they are looking to recruit YRes Members. 
  • The Publications Board who ensure that Resolution’s publications are relevant, timely and meet objectives.  They are looking for various members, in particular a financial advisor, a YRes member and a barrister. 
  • The National YRes Committee ensures YRes “remains at the heart of all Resolution work and junior practitioners are integrated with Resolution at all levels, both regionally and nationally.”  YRes gives members who are beginning their career path an opportunity to share their experiences and develop their skills in a friendly and supportive environment.  The committee are looking to recruit members from a wide range of backgrounds, including those beginning their legal careers as well as other practitioners from family justice. 

If you are interested in applying for a spot on a committee, applications need to be submitted by the 13th March 2020. 

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