A lawyer who represents people who were abused while in state care says she has lost confidence in the Royal Commission.

Sonja Cooper says the Commission has been holding ‘mock’ or ‘pilot’ sessions with abuse survivors ahead of the official hearings.

Ms Cooper represents about 1400 complainants. She tells Corin Dann that the mock sessions could be traumatising and she would be cautious about recommending her clients to participate in the Commission.

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By Morning Report
Published in Radio New Zealand
10 June 2019