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Live webinar on 19 May- ‘Identifying and responding to those who are at risk of suicide: a guide for family law practitioner’

Coram Chambers is excited to kick off a series of weekly live discussions via Zoom around topical family law issues. In this live webinar, Amanda Bewley, a barrister specialising in public and private law children matters and inquests, will outline why there is a need for family law practitioners to familiarise themselves with this subject […]

Live webinar on 15 May- ‘Parental Alienation- how do we best litigate it?’

Coram Chambers is excited to kick off a series of weekly live discussions via Zoom around topical family law issues. In this part of the series, join Anarkali Musgrave and Sophie Hill as they discuss the common themes in parental alienation cases and offer advice on how to run these high conflict cases successfully. This webinar will look […]

Live webinar on 27 April- ‘MCA 2005 – 15 years on: why are capacity assessments still a problem?’

Coram Chambers is excited to kick off a series of weekly live discussions via Zoom around topical family law issues. In this part of the series, join Coram’s Nick O’Brien and Alison Easton for in depth look at The Mental Capacity Act 2005. The Mental Capacity Act 2005 received its Royal Assent on 6 April 2005, yet 15 years later practitioners […]

Live webinar on 21 April- ‘Q&A on private and public children law’

Coram Chambers is excited to kick off a series of weekly live discussions via Zoom around topical family law issues. In the third webinar in this series, join Coram’s Anarkali Musgrave and Victoria Haberfield for a  Q&A session on private and public children law. DATE: Tuesday 21 April TIME: 9:30 am To register, please contact Rukaiya Bhegani at events@coramchambers.co.uk. To view […]

2018 Coram Family Law Conference – Recap

Thank you to all of our guests who attended our annual Coram Family Law Conference on 8 November 2018. We are grateful for the support we received and hope the sessions were engaging and informative. A special thank you to our guest speakers, including Joshua Rozenberg QC (Hon), David Allen Green, Diana Parker, Kim Vowden, […]