Improve family justice

Resolution campaigns on behalf of our members and their clients for improvements to the family justice system. Our committees work together to set best practice and influence the direction of family law and justice to better serve the families we work with.

Campaign for change

Resolution and our members lobby government, MPs, peers and other policy influencers to improve the family justice system. We focus on the areas that most affect our members and their clients.

sign and main door of the Supreme CourtYou can get involved in our campaigns by sharing your opinion in surveys, using our toolkits to raise awareness about particular issues, lobbying your MP, and helping set our campaigning agenda through involvement in your regional committee or working party .

Approaching 30 years as a family lawyer, I am a member of Resolution – a powerful organisation when calling for much needed changes in the law.

Set standards and best practice

Resolution is run for and by its members, many of whom volunteer their time and energy. Our committees work together to set standards, provide guidance, and highlight best practice. Our members also share their expertise and help other members develop their practise by writing articles, creating resources and delivering training.

Members develop and promote new approaches to resolving family disputes, they respond to developments in the sector so members are up-to-date, they contribute to the production of publications for members and the public, and they shape Resolution’s policies and campaigning priorities.

If you’re interested in working with other members to set standards or share best practice get in touch with the team.

As more professional colleagues join Resolution, our Code of Practice becomes even more central to all family practitioners. Together we will be able to achieve so much more across the family justice arena.

Shape Resolution’s leadership

Resolution’s National Committee (NC) runs the organisation and you can choose your national representatives by voting in the annual elections. Or, why not go a step further by standing for election? Information on how to stand for election or take part in the voting will be shared with members by email.