Past courses

"Can I Take My Teddy?"

Subjects: Child support, Collaborative law, Mediation, Skills, Families, Children

We are delighted to offer this new and exciting course which will explore in depth the needs of children when their parents separate. The day will focus on the outcomes and recommendations of curre...

Are you ready for the 1996 Hague Convention?

Subjects: Children, Skills

The Convention came into force here on 1 November 2012 and it has big implications across the full range of cases concerning children: jurisdiction and applicable law; the recognition and enforceme...

Benefit Reforms: Are You Ready?

The law on welfare benefits is changing and, as legal aid for the majority of family law cases has been cut, it is ever more important for family lawyers to have a thorough understanding of how the...

Business of Family Law

Subject: Skills

Increasingly, being an excellent family lawyer requires more than an understanding of the law, it’s about understanding the business of family law. This course is designed to kick-start your ...

Business of Family Law - Managing and marketing a family law practice

Can your business branch out into new services? Is there scope to develop how you work with third-party providers? How can you network and market your practice more productively in the areas you wa...

Can I Take My Teddy?

This stimulating course for family solicitors and mediators explores in depth the needs of children when their parents separate. The day focuses on the outcomes and recommendations of current resea...

Can I Take My Teddy?

We are delighted to offer this new and exciting course which will explore in depth the needs of children when their parents separate. The day will focus on the outcomes and recommendations of curre...

CARM workshops 2015

The workshops will be led by Professor Elizabeth Stokoe and Dr Rein Sikveland. Elizabeth developed CARM and has awards for her work with mediators and has consulted for the Ministry of Justice and ...

Changing times

Skills are what set excellent lawyers apart. Knowing the law is not enough.Clients want their objectives met and delivered in a cost effective and workable manner. Those that understand their clien...

Child Maintenance: The New Rules

Family Lawyers need to be aware of the new statutory rules so they can properly advise clients about any potential liability under the new “gross income” scheme. This seminar will focus on the ...