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The Family Law Hub is your gateway to an invaluable range of practical resources, tools and training for the private family lawyer. You can browse as our guest or upgrade to get full access to our premium content.

The paid for content is provided with the help of the family PSL team at Mills & Reeve and the specialist family barristers at 29 Bedford Row.

All the content is fully searchable, can be browsed by topic and keyword and is linked to many of the important primary sources so you can easily find your way to what you need.


Upgrade to full membership and get access to all these invaluable resources:

  • Regular online courses
  • Regular online Q&A courses to help cement your knowledge and demonstrate technical competence in your specialist field
  • Fully cross referenced to original sources
    Key family law news, full text judgments and primary sources all cross referenced and indexed to make it easy to track down the authorities you need
  • Fully integrated competence record
    Fully integrated competence training record tools that allow you to build your training plan and reports directly within the Hub making maximum use of both what you read on the Hub and training undertaken elsewhere.

Latest webcasts & webinars


Understanding remuneration in financial remedy cases: Salary, Dividends, PAYE, the self-employed and more

Mena Ruparel and Mark Penston unpick the complex task of understanding the different types of remuneration that might crop up in financial remedy proceedings.

They will cover business structures, director loans, bonuses, dividends and more while also highlighting potential pitfalls such as the effects on mortgage capacity and cashflow.

  • When? 1-2pm, 18th April
  • Where? Any computer with broadband and sound
  • How much? Free to listen in on the day

Private Children Cases Review 2018

Roshi Amiraftabi of 29 Bedford Row, reviews the key private children law cases and themes from the past 12 months and looks at how they will affect judicial thinking and your own cases in the year to come.

  • When? 1-2pm, 17th April
  • Where? Any computer with broadband and sound
  • How much? 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.

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