Monday, September 14, 2015

FREE Family law session open to all - find out how the Family Court works

Family Law and HHJ Stephen Wildblood QC
Thursday, 1 October 2015 from 16:30 to 18:00 (BST)
Bristol, United Kingdom

Event Details

What does the Family Court do? ... This is your chance to find out.

Join His Honour Judge Stephen Wildblood QC, designated family judge for the Bristol area, and a panel of legal experts to hear about how the Family Court works, what to expect and where to get helpful information.

Find out what the Family Court does, what it's like going to Court and what to expect in terms of: paper work, giving evidence and the hearing process in general.

Get information about Legal Aid, the support available when you attend Court by yourself and alternatives to the Court process.

This will be an opportunity for you to come to the court building and ask questions about the practice of the Family Court.*

Who should attend?
  • Anyone interested in finding out more about the Family Court
  • All professionals in the field of family law
  • Journalists
  • Students 

Other materials covered
  • What are Private Law Orders and upon what basis are they decided? 
  • Public Law Orders (Supervision, Care, Placement and other Orders)
  • Civil Partnership and Divorcing Couples
  • Who decides on Cases?
  • What happens after a case? 

The panel
  • HHJ Stephen Wildblood QC
  • Louise Tickle, Journalist
  • Judi Evans, Barrister, St John's Chambers
  • Zahid Hussain, Barrister, St John's Chambers
  • Emma Whewell, Senior Lecturer in Law, UWE

Numbers are limited so book here as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

*Please note that individual cases will not be discussed.

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