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Coronavirus & its impact on Family Law so far (Part 1: Finance)

Recording of live webinar, first broadcast on Wednesday 1st April 2020.

  • Coronavirus & its impact on Family Law so far (Part 1: Finance)


    HHJ Edward Hess
    Alexis Campbell QC, 29 Bedford Row
    Rhys Taylor, 36 Family & 30 Park Place
    Gavin Smith, 1 Hare Court
    David Chaplin, Bath Publishing

    In this live webinar, the speakers discuss the impact Coronavirus has had on Family Law so far. They cover a range of topics including the impact on the courts, pensions, private FDRs, virtual arbitration, technology and whether or not the Coronavirus pandemic is a Barder event. 
    Rhys Taylor, 36 Family & 30 Park Place, has put together a list of a list of quick tips & links that you can access here

    For a summarised report on the guidance for financial remedies practitioners, Henrietta Boyle, Pupil at 1 Hare Court, has put this report together.

Published: 02/04/2020


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