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The Family Law Hub is a ground-breaking all-in-one know-how, update and CPD training resource for the private family law practitioner. We publish the professional family law resources you need in one place and for one price.

The latest family law cases and news are free to view while the core practical content is drafted by the renowned family law teams at Mills & Reeve and 29 Bedford Row. All of this is supplemented by regular lecture notes, webcasts and live webinars.

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Next webinar

Pensions Update for Family Lawyers

Philip Way of Mills & Reeve and Clive Weir of Albert Goodman will bring you up to date with all the latest pensions issues for family lawyers including the liberalisation changes that come into force on 6 April 


  • Liberalisation of access 
  • Recent Ombudsman decisions 
  • Litigants in person and pensions on divorce 
  • Changes to public sector schemes 
  • Henry v Horton: bankruptcy and access to pension funds

When? 1-2pm, 22 April 2015

Where? Any PC with broadband and speakers

Cost? FREE to listen in on the day. Recorded version available only to paying members of the Hub.

Our programme of live webinars and recorded webcasts bring you the latest thinking from expert speakers directly to your own computer in a lively, accessible format.

We produce at least 12 hours of audio training a year and it is all included in your annual subscription of only £295 + VAT. 

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