Preparation of the new 2019-20 edition is well under way – as last year, the book will be available in April, to coincide with the start of the financial year.
It will incorporate all the latest Budget changes, and updated versions of all the usual favourites (including Leading Cases), as well as Annuities (reinstated by popular demand).
Look out for Winds of Change, which summarises recent developments, including the Financial Remedies Court project and the latest Guidance on Allocation.
With over 112 pages of tables and up-to-the-minute support material, it is as ‘must have’ now as ever for those working in the family law field.
Continuing to fill the gap left in the conference calendar that used to be occupied by Jordan Publishing’s Family Law Conference, the 2nd Annual Bloomsbury Professional Family Law Conference continues to prove a worthy replacement.
Once again we have assembled a world-class panel of speakers, all recognised experts in their respective subjects; including The Right Honourable Sir James Munby who addresses our afternoon session.
Divided into full day and half day ticket options, the conference is split between Children Law and Current Issues in Family Law. Same sex parenting, shared care, family farm divorces and working with foreign lawyers are just some of the major topics that will be presented on during the day.
Attend this conference and receive the latest thinking from the people driving development in these areas.
For the second year running, APIL is delighted to be returning to the Hilton Birmingham Metropole for this popular event.
Following the success of the revamped 2018 conference programme, we are delighted to offer our members a similar format for 2019!
Throughout the two day programme, there will be a number of highly topical plenary sessions, we shall also be bringing back a range of seminar streams, where delegates will have the opportunity to attend five seminars throughout the two day conference.
In total there will be 20 different seminars to choose from, providing 5 hours CPD in your particular field of personal injury law. In addition there will be 5 hours of plenary sessions, offering a total of 9.5 CPD hours over the two days.
Organised Crime, with Keynote Speech from Geoffrey Cox QC MP, Attorney General. Visit the website to find out more as topics are being updated regularly.
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Gender, Inclusivity and Protecting the 21st Century Family
At A Glance, 'the bible' for financial remedy practitioners, is now entering its 28th year.