Fundamental consequences for family life and family law have arisen as a result of Covid-19. Our new virtual conference, chaired by Alison Edmondson of SKO, will examine both the practical and procedural challenges.
What are the implications for child contact? With domestic abuse on the rise, what can professionals do to help and what should they avoid? What is the procedural impact on advocacy and documentation? What developments in criminal law need to be considered?
To find out the answers to these questions and more, join us to hear from our panel of expert speakers who will provide you with the practical tips and key insights that will help you give best advice to your clients in such unusual and uncertain times.
Reasons to join us
Consider the latest procedural developments affecting family law
Learn about the dynamics of deomestic abuse and what you can do to help your clients
Understand the impact of Covid-19 on child contact
Hear from our panel of expert speakers
Attend Scotland’s premier legal virtual conference
Virtual advocacy Alan Inglis, Arnot Manderson Advocates & Chambers of Alex Verdan QC
Child contact and Covid-19 Fiona Sasan, Morton Fraser
Domestic abuse – dynamics and approaches Jodie McVicar, Scottish Women’s Aid
Domestic crime during lockdown Neil Hay, MTM Defence Lawyers
Signing and delivering documents in 2020 Ann Stewart, Shepherd & Wedderburn