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Family Law Webinar Series - Autumn to Winter 2023

Family Law Webinar Series - Autumn to Winter 2023

Following the success of our Spring-Summer Family Law Webinar series, we are delighted to present our Autumn-Winter Series.

This upcoming series of webinars will cover various topics across the family law sector, including public, private and financial remedy proceedings.

Please note, you will need to register for each webinar individually using the links below.

 

Thursday 7 September - Witness Statements

Rachel Chan and Charlotte Mackenzie

A practical webinar for junior solicitors and self representing litigants (and a refresher for seasoned practitioners) to navigate the rules relating to witness statements, with tips on how to present evidence in the best possible way.

'Witness Statements' Recording

 


Thursday 26 October - Assessments of Ethnic Minority Families - When in Rome do as the Romans do?

 
Hazel Samuriwo and Charmaine Clubb

Hazel Samuriwo and Charmaine Clubb will discuss how the courts approach the assessment of ethnic minority families in care and supervision proceedings in light of recent research carried out by the Nuffield Family Justice Observatory. They will explore what assessments should consider, who should assess, and whether there is scope for a change in approach.

'Assessments of Ethnic Minority Families - When in Rome do as the Romans do?' Recording

 


Thursday 2 November - Case Law Pick 'n' Mix

 
Eléonore Berthelsen and Samuel Davis

Samuel and Eléonore discuss the most recent developments in private children law procedure and case law, and the practical relevance to everyday practice.

'Case Law Pick 'n' Mix' Recording

 


Thursday 23 November - The proportionality of care orders and the impact of Re H-W (Children) (No 2) [2022] UKSC 17

 
Lydia Slee and Philippa Thomas

An overview by Philippa Thomas and Lydia Slee into the proportionality of care orders with an exploration of the guidance as set out in Re H-W (Children) as to what is expected from the Court when making decisions at final hearings.

The proportionality of care orders and the impact of Re H-W (Children) (No 2) [2022] UKSC 17' Recording


Thursday 14 December - First Appointments: getting your ducks in a row

 
Hannah Cox and Krishma Patel

Following on from the success of 42BR’s webinar on FDRs earlier this year, this webinar aims to provide practical advice to help you prepare for First Appointments, including the Accelerated Procedure, identifying when Part 25 application and/or intervenor issues arise, and ensuring you are up-to-date with the latest good practice guidance.

'First Appointments: getting your ducks in a row' Recording

 If you have any questions regarding the series, please do not hesitate to contact us here.


9th Aug 2023

Rachel Chan

Call 2004

Rachel Chan

Lydia Slee

Call 2007

Lydia Slee

Eléonore Berthelsen

Call 2009

Eléonore Berthelsen

Charlotte Mackenzie

Call 2011

Charlotte Mackenzie

Krishma Patel

Call 2012

Krishma Patel

Samuel Davis

Call 2016

Samuel Davis

Hannah Justiva (née Cox)

Call 2019

Hannah Justiva (née Cox)

Charmaine Clubb

Call 2020

Charmaine Clubb

Hazel Samuriwo

Call 2021| Admitted as a Solicitor: 2016

Hazel Samuriwo

Philippa Thomas

Call 2022 | Admitted as a Solicitor: 2008

Philippa Thomas

Employment Webinars - Autumn to Winter 2024

Register here for our Employment Law Webinars, taking place from September to December 2024. Read more >

42BR's Brighton Party 2024

42BR's Family and Civil Groups are delighted to invite you to our upcoming Brighton Party on the 5 September 2024! Read more >

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