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The Family Law Hub is a ground-breaking all-in-one know-how, update and 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.

Subscribe to the Hub today and build our resources into your own practice so you remain competitive in an increasingly challenging marketplace. 

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Understanding Company Accounts in Financial Remedy Cases

Kellie Gread & Sarah Middleton, both valuers at PwC with significant experience of preparing expert witness reports in finance cases, will give practical insights on how to scrutinise company accounts when advising on financial remedy cases involving the value and liquidity of businesses, shares and other corporate entities.

  • When? 1-2pm, Wednesday 7th December
  • Where? Any computer with sound and broadband
  • Cost? Free to listen in on the day

NEW! Family Arbitration Best Practice Update 

Family Arbitration is now an accepted part of the family lawyer’s dispute resolution toolkit and 2016 has seen the scheme expand to children cases as well.

Yet many are still hesitant about suggesting arbitration as an option so in this webinar we will bring you up to date with the latest rules and how provide practical tips on how to put arbitration into practice.

Charles Hale QC of 4 Paper Buildings will explain the mechanics of the arbitration in children case while Nigel Shepherd will tackle the nuts and bolts of arbitration, building on experience to date, to answer the fundamental questions such as 

  • How do you go about appointing the arbitrator? 
  • Who is the client for engagement purposes? 
  • When does the arbitration actually start?
  • What happens with non-compliance with arbitrator’s directions? 
  • How do you deal with the interaction with the court?

The session will also allow time for questions from the audience.

Course Objective
By the end of the session you should have a greater awareness of when arbitration is appropriate, what the new children scheme rules say and how to manage the process effectively for the benefit of your clients. 

  • When? 1-2pm, Thursday, 19 January
  • Where? Any computer with sound and broadband
  • Cost? Free to listen in on the day


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 video & audio training a year and it is all included in your annual subscription of only £295 + VAT.

Missed one? Then browse all currently available webcasts & recorded webinars


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