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27 April 2019

AstenJ legal Conferences


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This conference also covers 6 hours under the SRA Continuing Competence Scheme

Course materials, Refreshments & Complimentary lunch (Asian hot buffet) and Certificate of attendance will be provided

Event Details:

Venue: BPP University, 68-70 Red Lion Street, WC1R 4NY.(Nearest Tube: Holborn)
Date: Saturday 27th April 2019
Time: 09.45 – 17.20
Registration: 09.00 – 09.45
Course fee: £89.00 (No VAT)
Topics covered include:

Dr. Onyoja Momoh (Barrister 5 Pump Court)
Domestic Abuse Bill and the Family Courts: update and insights for Practitioners. Coercive Control; New Legislation, Cafcass’ role. Fact Finding Hearings and compliance with the revised PD12J. Legal aid.
Melissa Millin (Barrister, Goldsmith’s Chambers)
Matrimonial Finance Update; New Caselaw; Effective drafting of Pre and Post Nuptial Agreements; Inheritance Act Applications (Provision for Family and Dependants] Act 1975 Guidance from the Chancery Division, Wellesley v Wellesley and Others [2019] EWHC 11 (Ch)
His Honour Michael Horowitz QC(1 Hare Court)
Arbitration and Mediation Is there a better way?
Aina Khan OBE, Solicitor, International Family Law Specialist
• How Not to Get Married.
• Islamic Marriages and Asian Issues; Recognition of National and International Marriages, Financial Provision; Registration of Islamic Marriages, The challenge of Multiple Marriages
Deborah Bryan (Barrister 33 Bedford Row)
Public Law Review; Acting for Parents, Grandparents, Guardians; Issues with Threshold, Appealing Orders; Deprivation of Liberty, Fair Assessment principles, Adoption and DNA; Re K (Children) [2019] EWCA (Civ) 104
Gayle Bisbey (Barrister 33 Bedford Row)
Private Family Law: Parental Alienation and Intractable contact disputes, CAFCASS Guidance, Available Support, When will contact be terminated, Changes of Residence, Is expert evidence necessary, Risks of Covert Evidence Gathering, Social Media and Findings of Fact; Challenging Drug and Alcohol tests; Relocation Review International and Internal; Litigants in Person, McKenzie Friends;
Annabel Barrons (Barrister 1GC Family Law)
Intervenors, 3rd Party Rights; Cohabitation, Protecting Assets, Section 37, Trusts and Shams; Procedural tips and traps; Cohabitation Agreements, Declarations of Trust; Unjust Enrichment, Constructive Trusts; Changing landscape for Enforcement of Financial Orders; Part 36 offers and Costs Implications

His Honour Michael Horowitz QC(1 Hare Court)
Constance Whippman – -Chair of the Conference (Head of Chambers Emeritus,33 Bedford Row)
Deborah Bryan (33 Bedford Row)
Aina Khan (OBE) (Aina Khan Law)
Melissa Millin(Head of Family Department, Goldsmith Chambers)
Gayle Bisbey (33 Bedford Row)
Dr Onyoja Momoh (5 Pump Court)
Annabel Barrons (1GC|Family Law)

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BPP University

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