Phil MARCUS, JUDGE (RETIRED) OF THE JERUSALEM FAMILY COURT JURIST
Philip Marcus was appointed a Judge of the Jerusalem Magistrates Court in 1995 and served as a Judge of the Family Court from its opening in 1997. For five years he served as Chief Judge of the Jerusalem Family Court. He retired from the Bench in 2012.
He has lectured on five continents and his articles and papers have been published in peer-reviewed journals.
He is consulted by governments and organizations around the world about family law and family court system reform, therapeutic jurisprudence, and prevention and handling of child psychological maltreatment, including parental alienation. He has most recently been consulted by organizations and individuals in India, United Arab Emirates, Russia, Ukraine, USA, South Africa, Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland, Scotland, England, Malta, etc.
He also directs courses and seminars for training of professionals and students with a view to multidisciplinary prevention programmes, early identification of possible problems and immediate remedial intervention, and speedy and effective court action when needed.
His approach is characterized by emphasis on parental responsibilities, especially the need for separating parents to focus on the long-term wellbeing of their children as their central concern.
Consultant and Lecturer on Family Courts, Family Law and Procedure, Child Law
Chair of Advisory Boards, Two Wishes https://www.twowishes.org/
Member of Professional Advisory Board, In-Between https://www.balev.org/#
Please visit my website: www.philip-marcus.com
Cellphone: (+972) 5 444 55 703
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