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Family Law Week 2021 

25th - 29th January

Live. Online. Interactive and On-Demand

Welcome to our annual conference which will be online next year and now extended over five days! That’s over 20 hours of CPD learning.

We’ve teamed up with some excellent presenters to bring you unparalleled view of the latest topics, updates and developments in family law. 

Attendance starts from just £99 per person for the whole week! There is also a group offer (5 places for £300).

Conference page and online booking - https://www.sgcl.co.uk/sg/familylaw2021.html

The conference will be via Zoom and will give you the ability to interact with presenters and other attendees via chat rooms and virtual breakout rooms.

The agenda -

25th January with Harcourt Chambers

1pm Introductions

1.15pm Lessons learned from recent cases on remote hearings: 

Jason Green & Eleanor Howard 

2.05pm International child abduction update: 

Edward Bennett and Paige Campbell

3pm Tips in fact finding and challenging Section 7 Reports: 

Sian Cox

4pm Questions and Close

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26th January, Chaired by Sam Hillas QC, St John’s Buildings

12.30pm Wealth protection strategies

Ceris Gardner - Maurice Turnor Gardner LLP

Stephen Woodward -Three Stone Buildings, 

Nicola Roberts - Deloitte

1.30 Variation of Maintenance in the context of the current pandemic, 

Jennifer Lee -Pump Court Chambers and Jolene Hutchison, IBB Solicitors

2.30 Maintenance pending suit and legal services payment orders for medium/high net worth clients, 

Charlotte Jewell & Lauren Lanson, 36 Family

3.15 Afternoon Break

The 3.30 Pensions Update, 

Ben Glassman & Mike Francis, Tilney 

with Rhys Taylor - 36 Family

4.30 Schedule 1: Not just for Premiership footballers and call girls

Alexander Chandler & Elle Tait, 1KBW

5.30pm Close

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27th January, Chaired by Alex Davies, Partner, Cripps Pemberton Greenish

12.30 - 1.30 Tricky TOLATA, 

Greg Willams, Mike Horton, Coram Chambers

1.35 - 2.40 (Rising Stars Session) Latest Practice and Procedure, 

Rachel Cooper, Coram Chambers, Matthew Warmoth Fourteen.

2.45 - 3.30 Arbitration updates and developments

Suzanne Kingston, Mills & Reeve

3.45 Afternoon Break

3.45 - 4.30 When parents disagree about vaccinations, 

Will Tyler QC, 36 Family.

4.30pm Latest in litigation funding,  

George Williamson - Level 

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28th January, Chaired by Elizabeth Hicks, Family Law in Partnership

12.30 - 1.30 Use of media in HNW cases, 

Michael Glazer QC & Tom Harley-Hills, Simons Muirhead & Burton

1.35 - 2.15 Enforcing your award - Brussels II revised v 1996 Hague Child Protection Convention, 

Clare Renton, 29 Bedford Row

2.15pm Trust Disputes in Family Cases, 

Mandy Tanner and Ewan Murray, Fourteen

3pm Afternoon Break

3.15 Private Children Update, from contact to custody. How to keep children separate from financial proceedings. 

Andrew Bagchi QC and Amma Lavelle -  1 GC Family Law

4.10pm Protecting spousal income from events such as pandemics & death

Edward Boydell - Pump Court Chambers

5pm Questions and Close

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29th January with Harcourt Chambers

1pm Introductions

1.15pm International relocation: 

Damian Garrido QC & Rob George

2.05pm Private law case law and guidance update: 

Jonathan Sampson QC & Maria Scott-Wittenborn

3pm Surrogacy and reproduction -

latest challenges and cases: 

Mavis Amonoo-Acquah

4pm Questions and Close

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