Coram is delighted to welcome delegates from across the country to the 2017 annual conference at etc.venues Monument. The day features a diverse range of speakers and topics with a programme that allows guests to tailor the day to their individual interests.
Mark Twomey QC, our joint head of chambers, will open the day with a review of non-family cases that are relevant to family practitioners before handing over to our practice teams. The rest of the day will feature talks from members of chambers and guest speakers on family finance, private and public children law issues, Court of Protection, alternative families, genetics and wellbeing.
A drinks reception will follow where we will be delighted to publicly welcome our new chambers director Sarah McCarthy, who has been spearheading chambers’ business development since July 2017.
Today’s topics and speakers:
Bursting the Bubble – Legal update of non-family law cases for family lawyers
Mark Twomey QC
Variation of spousal maintenance
Variation of undertakings following Birch v Birch
Variation of CMS assessments
Bank of Mum and Dad; loans or gifts & intervenors
Making sense of gender diversity in an NHS specialist service for children and young people: clinical uncertainties and ethical dilemmas in an emerging field of practice
Dr Bernadette Wren and Dr Sian Granville, Tavistock clinic
Court of Protection
How CoP may affect your existing family law practice: a talk for children’s lawyers & family finance practitioners
Rethinking privacy in the age of genetics