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  • Matthew Long, of 29 Bedford Row, reviews the current best practice guidelines for managing cases involving litigants in person, explains the role of McKenzie Friends and offers some practical tips drawn from his experience. Webcast, 07/02/2018, members only
  • Mena Ruparel, a committee member of the Law Society Family Law Section, presents an overview of the revised Law Society Family Law Protocol, revised and re-issued in October 2015. Webcast, 30/11/2015, free
  • Webinar first broadcast on Thursday 29 October 2015. Running time: 56 mins approx Webcast, 03/11/2015, members only
  • All too often we only think about tactics in the run up to a Final Hearing, or possibly an FDR, but we should be thinking about them at the outset, or at least as soon as we have a picture of the parties’ assets. In this most practical of webinars, Marc Saunderson of Mills & Reeve provides an invaluable toolkit of hints & reminders to help you make the most of the FDA, touching on completing Forms A & E, constructing chronologies and gathering the documentation you need on the day. Webcast, 20/06/2014, members only
  • Webinar recorded on 5 June 2013 covering the new costs regimes and its impact for family cases, an update on case funding and direct access and news of the single family court. Webcast, 07/06/2013, members only

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