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Live Event: An Introduction to Dictionary of Private Children Law, hosted by the authors.

Join us on Tuesday 16th March for a special online event to mark the release of our brand-new title, Dictionary of Private Children Law.

  • Described by Lord Justice Baker in his foreword as an "invaluable addition to the family law library", this easy-reference practitioner guide is a must for all those practising in the field of private children and serves as a useful companion to the popular Dictionary of Financial Remedies.The event, hosted by the authors (HHJ Edward Hess, Zoe Saunders, Piers Pressdee QC and Dr Rob George) will offer an introduction to the book and how to use it, provide a focus on Arbitration and Jurisdiction (two of the book's 95 topic areas) and conclude with a panel discussion session.

    Date & Time Tuesday 16th March, 16.30-17.30

    This event is free, but you will need to register your name and email address to attend.

    If you have a question for the panel, then please submit it to hannah@classlegal.com by Monday 15th March.

    REGISTER

    This event will be broadcast on Zoom, please make sure you have this installed and updated on your chosen device.


News, published: 04/03/2021


Published: 04/03/2021

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