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Webinar | The impact of Coronavirus on Family Law

Join us on Wednesday 1st April & Thursday 2nd April for a two part, live webinar series looking at how Coronavirus is affecting Family Law.

  • Next week, we will be holding two live webinars for everyone to join. These webinars will both host a panel session of expert speakers, looking at the impact Coronavirus is having on Family Law.

    Part 1: Finance

    In this first webinar, we will be looking at the impact on the financial side of Family Law. Our speakers will cover a range of topics from the impact on the courts, pensions, private FDRs, virtual arbitration, technology and the impact on financial disputes generally.

    The panel will be made up of HHJ Edward Hess; Alexis Campbell QC, 29 Bedford Row; Gavin Smith, 1 Hare Court; Rhys Taylor, 36 Family & 30 Park Place, David Chaplin, Bath Publishing and chaired by Nigel Shepherd, Mills & Reeve.

    When? Wednesday 1st April, 1pm-2pm. Please note, to accommodate this large panel of speakers, the time the webinar takes place may change to later in the day. If you are unable to attend the live session, please register anyway and the recording will be circulated to you afterwards.

    Where? Any device with sound and broadband

    How much? Free - anybody is welcome

    REGISTER FOR PART 1 HERE

    Part 2: Children

    In this following live session, we will be discussing the impact on children and Children Law.

    The panel will include Pier Pressdee QC, Barrister, 29 Bedford Row; Lucy Reed, Barrister, St John's Chambers; Claire Molyneux, children lawyer, mediator and parenting co-ordinator, Mills & Reeve; Amy Starnes, children lawyer, Mills & Reeve and Trish Berry Relph, independent social worker, specialist systemic family therapist, psychodynamic psychotherapist, play therapist.

    When? Thursday 2nd April, 4pm-5pm. Please note, as above, the time may be subject to change if the speakers schedules change. Please register anyway, as we will be able to send you a recording of the webinar afterwards.

    Where? Any device with sound and broadband

    How much? Free - anybody is welcome

    REGISTER FOR PART 2 HERE

    Please note, these webinars are live and the intention is for them to feel quite informal, giving you the opportunity to submit questions and join the discussion as we share best practice. 

News, published: 26/03/2020


Published: 26/03/2020

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