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Each will be shown by Zoom and there will be time for questions to be put to the presenters at the end of their 20-minute talks.
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“The Psychology of Care Proceedings; Emotional harm and the interim removal of children in Care Proceedings”
George Butler, Barrister. Dr Ben Laskey, Chartered Psychologist.
“Child contact centres in lockdown and beyond”
Anne Dillon, Barrister and Mediator and Vice-Chair of the National Association of Child Contact Centres. Elizabeth Coe, CEO of National Association of Child Contact Centres.
“Parental Alienation- the interface with public law proceedings”
Sharan Bhachu, Barrister, Sherma Polidore, family solicitor at Venters and Patricia Barry-Relph, ISW.
Financial Remedies: Pension Update
James Sharpe, barrister, and Nigel Sloam MA FIA ASA TEP, pensions expert and chair of the International Association of Consulting Actuaries, discuss recent developments including the effect of the pandemic on pension issues, the PAG report one year on, and the recent case of W v H EWFC  B10'
“Applying criminal law and procedure to police evidence in care proceedings”
Gemma Farrington, Barrister and Alison Pryor, Barrister.