7BR is delighted to present a series of short lunchtime webinars, for solicitors, covering key aspects of Family Law. Designed to help you make the most of your time working from home, each session is only 30 minutes long and will be presented by a different member of our Family Team.

The talks will be delivered via live webinar, with an opportunity to ask our team questions at the end. The programme is as follows:

Webinar 1 – Wednesday 22nd April – Brendan Roche QC & Gina Allwood

“Appeals: The how, when and where” Brendan and Gina will address when to appeal, time limits, the correct court for the appeal, grounds of appeal, skeleton arguments and appeal bundles.  

Webinar 2 – Friday 1st May – Anita Guha and Nia Frobisher

“Child Abduction & Urgent Section 8 Orders.” Anita will be speaking on recent developments in Child Abduction including issues arising from Covid-19. Nia will be considering urgent applications regarding Section 8 Children Act 1989, with particular focus on the impact of Covid-19 on contact arrangements.

Webinar 3 – Thursday 7th May – Susan Reed & Hari Kaur

“Non-Accidental Injuries & Fabricated or Induced Illness.” Hari will be looking at the instruction of Experts in NAI cases, with particular emphasis on fatal injuries. Susan will be discussing issues which arise when representing a carer accused of FII.


Webinar 4 – Tuesday 12th May – Kitty Geddes & Emily Mitchell

“Post-Adoption contact; Challenging Placement Orders.” Kitty and Emily will be considering the issue of contact with family members where a child is made subject to a Placement Order, and applications to discharge and revoke Final Care and Placement Orders.

Webinar 5 – Wednesday 20th May – Susannah Johnson & Justin Slater

Justin and Susannah will be talking about children’s evidence; ABE interviews; associated evidential issues and Re W hearings

Webinar 6 – Wednesday 27th May Simon Rowbotham & Rose Harvey-Sullivan

Simon and Rose will be providing a Public and Private Family Law Update.

To sign up to attend these webinars please email marketing@7br.co.uk

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