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Renee Beeker from The National Family Court Watch Project

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Wednesday, February 10, 2010
9:30 pm – 11:00pm EST

The National Family Court Watch Project believes that large‐scale data will reveal national trends and ignite a call for change in the family court system. The project is a conversation springboard and a “quiet observer” to get a sense of what’s happening in the family courts, report those findings publicly through a new conduit and work with judges and the public to find solutions.  Join us to hear all about this important project.  The National Family Court Watch Project is dedicated to providing an impartial assessment of the effectiveness of family courts in dealing with custody, visitation, support and property issues. This project also focuses on how well child protection and family violence concerns are resolved.  Renee Beeker is the founder and President of the National Family Court Watch Project.  A speaker and advocate for reform of the judicial system since 1996, Renee is a respected contributing member to many professional and grassroots organizations.  Renee has been an invited speaker at numerous conferences around the United States.  Renee’s article, The Illusion of Protection Uncovered: Review of the Special Journal Issue on Child Custody and Domestic Violence, was published in the February/March 2006 issue of the Domestic Violence Report.  Renee has designed a comprehensive Court Watch observational instrument that is being used in the National Family Court Watch Project.  Renee Beeker is President of Michigan National Organization for Women and was appointed chair for the NOW Family Law Advisory Ad Hoc Committee serving since 2004. Renee serves on various committees both in her state and nationally.   Renee holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Organizational Communications from Eastern Michigan University.

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  1. do you have any one in Texas that could help someone with their custody case? I just had another Angel down here this week and they need to now file a “more detailed” request to the court. The Judge seems to be for them, it’s just that their lawyer here backed out and didn’t file for them. I did give her your address to look your site up. I’m hoping you can find someone to guide her. She’s in Illinois yet I’m in Texas if there is anything you can guide me to look into here would be great. LadyJ

  2. listened to the whole show on blog talk, just great and I hope it spreads to all states.

  3. I listened to part of this radio broadcast. I appreciate that Renee makes a point about stopping the complaints and using that energy to take action.

    He project isn’t about quick fixes, its about gathering facts that will speak to the “judge” types. We must be willing to adapt to accomplish great things. She is applying her analytical skills and gathered young eager interns.

    Take a listen and see how you can apply your talents towards your passion. Its not about having the right talent for the right cause. Your talents can be applied to the passion of your cause.

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