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6 hour CPD webinar on Zoom “FAMILY LAW UPDATE WEBINAR” on 21st July 2021 £69.00

Topics covered include:

• “Psychology and the Practicing Lawyer”
Constance Whippman – (Head of Chambers Emeritus, 33 Bedford Row)
Challenges in  Family Law where, Personality Disorders, Parental Alienation and Attachment theory are in issue
• “The new financial remedy courts/Problems with Consent Orders; Imerman and Rose revised;  Pension update overview”
Seema Kansal – (Barrister 33 Bedford Row)
“A quick recap over your obligations over disclosure under Imerman and the new financial remedy courts and an overview on Pensions in financial remedy proceedings with a useful review of the basics plus reinforcement of existing principles”
• “New Court of Appeal decision on arbitration appeals”
His Honour Micheal Horowitz QC– (Barrister,1 Hare Court)
• “Grandparents, Special Guardianship Orders & Future Changes”
Stuart Barlow – (Solicitor, Author of “A Practical Guide to Working with Litigants in Person & McKenzie Friends
in Family Cases”)
Grandparents often play a vital part in the lives of their grandchildren yet their legal position is still vague and uncertain. Since the introduction of Special Guardianship Orders there has been a steady rise in their use. This presentation is aimed at family lawyers who work in children law, both public and private proceedings and are asked to advise grandparents and special guardians in relation to these court proceedings. The session will also review the changes likely to take place in the making of Special Guardianship Orders.
• “International children law update”
Geraldine More O’Ferrall – (Barrister, 33 Bedford Row)
“Article 13(b) and applications to set aside return orders”
Fact Finding hearings; Domestic Abuse;  Coercive Control;  Getting the most from Scott Schedules for your client”
Jamil Mohammed – (Barrister, 33 Bedford Row)What Re H-N means for the future of Scott Schedules and how the Court will approach considerations of  coercive and controlling behaviour
• “Surrogacy, Parental Orders and Modern Families”
Deborah Seitler – (Barrister, 33 Bedford Row)
  • “Panel Discussion”

with  Constance Whippman (Barrister, a senior specialist advocate in all aspects of family law including international work,  Head of Chambers, Emeritus at 33 Bedford Row) and other speakers available at the end of the webinar


  This webinar also covers 6 hours under the SRA Continuing Competence Scheme  
  Course materials and Certificate of attendance will be provided  
Event Details:
Venue: Zoom
Dates: Wednesday 21st July 2021
Time: 10.00 – 17.00
Course fee: £69.00 (No VAT)

His Honour Michael Horowitz QC (1 Hare Court (1hc.com))

Constance Whippman (Barrister, 33 Bedford Row)

Seema Kansal (Barrister, 33 Bedford Row)

Deborah Seitler (Barrister, 33 Bedford Row)

Jamil Mohamed (33 Bedford Row)

Geraldine More O’Farrell(33 Bedford Row)

Stuart Barlow(Solicitor, Author of “A Practical Guide to Working with Litigants in Person & McKenzie Friends in Family Cases”)

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