We will keep you informed about training events which may be hosted by the FJB or other organisations, and will make educational material available on this page.
The theme of the day is Vulnerable Adults and Children: Justice for All? The line up of speakers is very impressive and the day will be interesting and informative.
Book now to avoid disappointment, and to get an Early Bird discount before 11th September!Read More
Please find attached the poster for this year’s LLFJB Family Justice Day.
The theme of the day is ‘Vulnerable Adults and Children: Justice for All?’. The line up of main speakers is, as always, extremely impressive, as are the workshops.
Please register your interest: email@example.com for the attention of Louise King. Please also take the opportunity to specify your two workshop choices.
Bookings will be taken from 1st September 2015 but we expect demand to be high so please do register your interest asap to secure a place.Read More
Family practitioners will be aware of the increasing demand – from both within the family justice system and outside of it – for “transparency” around decisions made in the Family Court.
HHJ Bellamy has produced a Local Practice Guidance which helpfully summarises the leading principles about transparency and publication of judgments. Practitioners are encouraged to become familiar with the requirements. It can be downloaded here and can be found on the Resources page.Read More
Financial remedy practitioners may be interested to note that the annual “Money Talks” seminar, hosted by No5 Chambers, will take place this year on 16th September 2015 at Birmingham Council House.
For further details and booking, see here.Read More
In the light of the President of the Family Division’s recent and repeated reiterations of the importance of compliance with FPR PD27A (the court bundle practice direction), and the stark consequences that may follow for any party who fails to comply (see here), we have produced a “Quick Look” guide to the preparation of court bundles.
It is known as ‘May 2014 version 2’.Read More