Family Law Hub

About Us

The Family Law Hub is put together by a team from Class Legal, Mills & Reeve and 29 Bedford Row. Their combined wisdom and experience in family law practice and publishing means that the Hub will become a trusted source for everyone operating in the sector.

The core practice content is drawn from the Mills & Reeve internal know-how database that has underpinned their own work over the past few years. This means the content is tried and tested in action. Roger Bamber, the current Innovative Family Lawyer of the Year, and Nicola Rowlings, their PSL, oversee the development, review and updating.

The barristers at 29 Bedford Row will provide additional comment and analysis as well as contributing to our regular webinars.

David Chaplin, the creator of Family Law Week, manages the publishing for Class Legal. Their experienced customer service team provide support and subscription maintenance for the service just as they do for the thousands of customers using Quantum, At A Glance and other practical tools for the family lawyer.


Copyright in the original legal material published on the Family Law Hub is vested in Mills & Reeve LLP (as per date of publication shown on screen) unless indicated otherwise.


The Family Law Hub website relates to the legal position in England Wales and all of the material within it has been prepared with the aim of providing key information only and does not constitute legal advice in relation to any particular situation. While Mills & Reeve LLP aims to ensure that the information is correct at the date on which it is added to the website, the legal position can change frequently, and content will not always be updated following any relevant changes. You therefore acknowledge and agree that Mills & Reeve LLP and its members and employees accept no liability whatsoever in contract, tort or otherwise for any loss or damage caused by or arising directly or indirectly in connection with any use or reliance on the contents of our website except to the extent that such liability cannot be excluded by law.

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