Practical Guide for Lawyers - What do you think ?
In the framework of the european project "My Lawyer, My Rights" (2016-2018), a Practical Guide for Lawyers has been edited in order to support lawyers for children in their daily practice to enhance children's rights during criminal proceedings in the EU. This project was co-funded by the Justice Programme of the European Union.

For more information about the MLMR project, please visit our website : www.mylawyermyrights.eu

Help us measure the impact of this Practical Guide for Lawyers by answering the next following survey.

Thank you very much !

DCI-Belgium team
info@defensedesenfants.be

PS : If English is not your mother tongue, don't hesitate to answer in French !
Si l'anglais n'est pas votre langue maternelle, n'hésitez pas à répondre aux questions en français !

What is your profession ?
How did you hear about the Practical Guide for Lawyers ?
Are you satisfied with the content of the Practical Guide for Lawyers ?
If you're not (entirely) satisfied, how could we improve it ?
Your answer
Do you think the layout of the Practical Guide for Lawyers is adequate ?
Which chapter do you find the most interesting ?
Do you intend to use this Guide in your daily practice ?
Do you think that it has improved or it will improve your skills ?
Do you intend to use it as a training tool?
Would you disseminate it among other relevant persons (lawyers, judges, students, national authorities,…) ?
Would you be interested to translate it in your national language ? If yes, don't hesitate to contact us !
Do you have any further comments regarding the Practical Guide for Lawyers ?
Your answer
Thank you very much !
All the results of this survey will remain strictly for DCI-Belgium's professional use.

If you have any questions, please contact us at DCI-Belgium :
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1000 Bruxelles
BELGIUM

Benoit Van Kerisbilck (contact person) : info@defensedesenfants.be

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