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Resolution announces training for new Children Arbitration scheme

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First course for those new to arbitration to take place in April

  • Resolution has announced the first training sessions to enable arbitration in children cases. Under the new scheme disputes concerning the exercise of parental responsibility and other private law issues about the welfare of children may be resolved by arbitration.

    They have announced 2 levels of training and the first course for those who are not existing qualified arbitrators will be in London on the 16-17 April 2016.

    A separate one day course will be announced soon for existing arbitrators who wish to widen their portfolio.

    The eligibility criteria for those wishing to train can be found in the new IFLA prospectus available from their site here

    Resolution hopes that the first children arbitrators will be available to take on children arbitrations in late March/April 2016.


Published: 11/01/2016

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