Sara Hunt, knowledge lawyer for the family team at Farrer & Co, discusses how family law firms can effectively share knowledge.
Members of the Family Section Advisory Group share what they have learned in 2016 and what they’ll be focusing on in the year ahead.
The Law Society has issued a practice note for family practitioners intending to set up or provide advice at a court duty scheme for private law family cases.
Many solicitors are providing unbundled services without realising - and there could be regulatory implications, says co-author of the Unbundling Family Legal Services Toolkit Mena Ruparel
As he takes office, we speak to new Law Society president Robert Bourns about his thoughts on the state of advocacy in 2016, QASA, the long-term negative ‘campaign’ questioning the adequacy of solicitor advocates, and more…
Are you toying with the idea of starting your own small law firm? This free Family Section / Small Firms Division networking event will feature presentations from small firm entrepreneurs to give you practical support and guidance to help you take that first step
In the first instalment of a new series for the Law Society blog, Robin Charrot, director of Evolve Family Law and a member of the Family Section Advisory Group, reflects on the early stages of setting up his law firm
Members of the Family Section Advisory Group share what they have learned in 2015 and what they’ll be focusing on in the year ahead
Oxfordshire County Council’s legal team could be saying a permanent goodbye to filing after successfully completing their first ‘paperless’ case.
These sessions will be run in October and November 2015 by experts, based on the toolkits available on the Advocate’s Gateway. They will include parcipative practical training exercises, and principles for planning and questioning vulnerable adults and children