Children and finance on the agenda at FLBA Conference 2023

Family law bar and judiciary practitioners are invited to attend the upcoming Family Law Bar Association conference in Bristol on 14th October to discuss the latest updates across children and finance matters. 

The Conference, chaired by Mrs Justice Judd and opened by Sir Andrew McFarlane, President of the Family Division, will provide members the opportunity to hear from some of the leading practitioners in the field including: Mr Justice Peel, HHJ Wildblood KC, HHJ Hess, Nick Allen KC, Tina Cook KC, Sam King KC, Darren Howe KC and Sam Hillas.

The conference will take place as a hybrid event and qualifies for CPD; with the in-person conference hosted at St George’s, simultaneously live-streamed and  available on demand for up to three months. Registration for the in-person and online event is open via the official website. Attendees are invited to take advantage of the standard fees available until midnight on Monday 4 October. Late fees will apply after this time.Those attending can follow up the event using the #FLBAbristol2023.

The subsequent evening dinner welcomes Lady Chief Justice of Northern Ireland, The Right Honourable Dame Siobhan Keegan, as keynote with tickets open to barristers and judges and available until Friday 29 September.

The Family Law Bar Association Conference is supported by its official media partner Todays’ Family Lawyer and its sponsors: Albion Chambers, DNA Legal, Class Legal, OurFamilyWizard, Forensic Testing Service, New Park Court Chambers, St John’s Chambers, 3PB Barristers and Queen’s Square Chambers.

More information about the agenda for the day, and registration details are available on the Family Law Bar Association Conference website:

Sponsorship opportunities are still available via the appointed organisers: Opening Doors & Venues Ltd, 01562 731788,

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