What are the key elements when taking a family case to proof and what dispute resolution options are there to avoid taking that step? What impact have recent cohabitation cases had on your practice? Do you have a weather eye on Brexit and the enforcement of international obligations post-EU withdrawal?
Our essential Family Law Conference will look in depth at these real areas of practical interest to all family lawyers. Chaired by Alison Edmondson of SKO, book now to reserve your place.
Reasons to join us
Learn the key child psychology issues all family lawyers need to know
Understand the impact of EU withdrawal on your practice
Develop your knowledge of recent cohabitation cases
Hear from a panel of expert speakers
Network with your peers at Scotland’s premier legal CPD event
What's being covered?
Proofs - preparation and practicalities Lindsey Ogilvie, Turcan Connell
Dispute resolution in family cases Lesley Gordon, BTO
Cohabitation case law update: What has happened since Gow v Grant? Amy Donachie, Westwater Advocates
Jurisdiction - the practitioner's perspective Sally Nash, Gilson Gray
Child psychology for lawyers Dr Kirsty Dalrymple, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Clinical Psychology Partnership
Falling in and out of love with a non-British citizen - what family lawyers need to know Jacqueline Moore, Shepherd & Wedderburn
Family friendly Brexit: from Brussels to the Hague? Simon Crabb, Arnot Manderson