Resolution Awards 2022

Celebrating our champions of family justice

The Resolution Awards 2022

Nominations are now open for the expanded Resolution Awards, celebrating members who have championed our Code of Practice and played a part in creating a better family justice system for all.

Building on our established John Cornwell Award, we are pleased to announce that we now have five total awards categories to celebrate the rich and varied contributions our members make.

This year, all winners  will be announced at the gala dinner of Resolution’s National Conference in Birmingham, on the evening of Friday 20 May. 

The award categories

New for 2022

 

The EDI Champion Award 

Recognising members or groups who have shown a commitment to diversity and inclusion. Submit a nomination.

 


 

The Innovation Champion Award

For introducing new ways of working that have benefited your clients, firm or the wider family justice community. Submit a nomination.

 


 

Other categories

 

The John Cornwell Award –recognising an individual or group who has made an outstanding contribution to the field of family justice. Submit a nomination.

 


 

The Working in Collaboration Award

Recognising members who have made a difference to families by working together with other professionals, sharing expertise in innovative ways to help clients achieve the best solutions. Submit a nomination.

 


 

YRes Rising Star Award  

For the YRes member who has demonstrated their potential as a future leader in family justice. Submit a nomination.

 

How to enter

The Awards are free to enter, and must be made via the online entry form by 4pm on Monday 28 February.

You can nominate yourself or someone else, however all nominees must be a current Resolution member.

You are encouraged to read the award criteria before submitting an application as this is how the judges will assess entries. A list of FAQs is also available. 

Shortlisted entrants will be informed on Monday 11 April, with the winners announced at the National Conference, 20 – 21 May.

Meet the Judges

We have brought together highly respected family justice professionals, with a wealth of experience,  fully committed to the values our Awards represent.  

Andrew Watson – Chair of Resolution’s Standards Committee

Grant Cameron – Co-Chair of Resolution’s National Committee

Jane Craig – Former Chair, Resolution National Committee

Juliet Harvey – Chair of Resolution’s National Committee

Peter Jones – 2021 John Cornwell Award winner

Remyhs Baker – Co-Chair of Resolution’s Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee

 

Submit a nomination

Nominations for the Resolution Awards are due by 4pm on Monday 28 February and you can nominate yourself or someone else.