Judge (Retired) Philip Marcus
Philip Marcus is an Israeli jurist, who, building on his background as a judge, lawyer and activist for change, is a consultant, researcher, writer and lecturer on Family Law and Family Courts, professional ethics and jurisprudence.
With special emphasis on persons who are affected by family disputes – children, the elderly, and others whose interests might be injured – he has devoted his time, especially since retiring as Judge of the Jerusalem Family Court in 2012, to independent multidisciplinary work, collaborations and consultancy worldwide. By clarifying concepts and objectives, he is promoting initiatives in all areas and disciplines for solutions for families, thereby changing society for the better, by making existing systems more humane and proposing new systems where necessary.
The underlying approach is educational, and for reform where necessary, taking into account cultural and local norms and the needs and resources in each place. Reform proposals must involve stakeholders from all relevant professions and disciplines. For this reason, much of his writings and lectures are directed at inter-disciplinary groups, as well as the general public.
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