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National Conference 2019

Outline:

In 2019 we're heading to Manchester for Resolution's 31st National Conference - the highlight of the family law calendar. This two-day event gives you the opportunity to network, socialise, update your professional knowledge and skills, and hear from experts across the sector.

We are delighted to be joined Sir Andrew McFarlane, President of the Family Division, who will deliver this year’s keynote speech.

As always, the conference will address a comprehensive and diverse range of topics through workshops, including debates, panel discussions and legal updates.

On Saturday, there will be a Question-Time-style plenary which will feature an impressive line-up of high-profile panellists.

The popular annual Children and Finance updates will be delivered by Elspeth Thompson, Samantha Little, Andrew Newbury and Grant Howell.

We will be announcing the winner of the prestigious John Cornwall Award, sponsored by Iceberg Client Credit, to an individual or group that has made an outstanding contribution to supporting separating families. Please help us recognise the brightest lights in the family justice sector by nominating members you feel went the extra mile in 2018. For the first time we will also be accepting nominations from non-members. More information about the John Cornwall Award is available on our website: www.resolution.org.uk/award2019.

We look forward to welcoming you to National Conference 2019.

Duration:
2 days
CPD points:
10 CPD hours
How to book:

Please send booking form and cheque payable to Resolution to:

National Conference, Resolution, 91-95 Southwark Bridge Road, London SE1 0AX or DX 155288 Southwark 13

Telephone: 020 3841 0300

Once registered, delegate fees can only be refunded if: 1) another delegate is provided or 2) if the event is cancelled by Resolution.

Please note that we are unable to accept BACs payments for this event unless we are in receipt of your booking form and have confirmed your place by email.

Please note accommodation at the National Conference hotel is now sold out, although alternative accommodation can be booked direct in the area.

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