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Symposium - Compassion: Child & Family Law
Thu 13 July 2017, 14:00 – 17:30 BST
A symposium exploring compassion in relation to child and family law – through presentations and discussion, including speakers from academia, practice, the charitable sector, and the judiciary.
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Sir Alan Ward, former Lord Justice of Appeal; ruled in, inter alia, Re A (conjoined twins) (2001)
Professor Jonathan Herring, Law, University of Oxford, author of Family Law; co-editor for the Child and Family Law Quarterly
Anthony Douglas, Chief Executive, Cafcass (Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service)
Noel Arnold, Director of Legal Practice, Coram Children’s Legal Centre
Mark Baer, Attorney-at-Law, California
Dr. Samia Bano, Law, SOAS; editor Gender and Justice in Family Law Disputes: Women, Mediation, and Religious Arbitration
Dermot Feenan, Associate Research Fellow, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies; Founder & Convenor, Law & Compassion Research Network
Professor Alison Diduck, Laws, UCL; co-author of Family Law, Gender and the State
Daniel Monk, Law, Birkbeck; co-author of The Family, Law & Society: Cases & Materials
Final Programme, with room location, will be emailed to you a week before the event.
Enquiries: Dermot Feenan, Academic Coordinator
Admission only with proof of payment of registration fee.
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