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Sign up for our February webinars

Listen in for free to our webinars covering unbundling, finance cases and private children law cases

  • We have three webinars lined up for Hub users to listen to this February. Anyone can sign up to listen for free on the day and Hub members can access the recordings after the event. 

    2nd February: Unbundling family legal services  

    Ursula Rice & Mena Ruparel, the authors of the recently published Unbundling Family Legal Services Toolkit will answer the key questions including 

    • What is Unbundling? 
    • What are the risks? 
    • What impact does unbundling have on professional conduct? 
    • The Price is Right! Or is it? 
    • How can you best manage an unbundled client before and at court? 

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

    Read more & register here

    9th February: Finance Cases Review 2017

    Amber Sheridan & James Pullen, of 29 Bedford Row, review the key finance cases from the past 12 months and consider their impact on judicial thinking in the year ahead.

    • When? 1-2pm, Thursday, 9th February
    • Where? Any computer with sound and broadband
    • Cost? Free to listen in on the day

    Read more & register here

    23rd February: Private Children Law Review 2017

    Emily Page & Joe Switalski, of 29 Bedford Row, look at the key private children cases from the past 12 months and consider their impact on judicial thinking in the year ahead.

    • When? 1-2pm, Thursday, 23rd February
    • Where? Any computer with sound and broadband
    • Cost? Free to listen in on the day

    Read more & register here


Published: 26/01/2017

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