Join Today’s Family Lawyer First Roundtable Next Month!

Join Today’s Family Lawyer First Roundtable Next Month!

Do you want to meet with like-minded peers to discuss changes and opportunities in the family law industry?

After the amazing success of the launch of Today’s Family Lawyer in 2019 and extremely positive response received from legal professionals across the family law industry, we are excited to announce our first family law Roundtable on Wednesday 12th February in Birmingham.

Today’s Family Lawyer publication was met with praise from the sector as many family law professionals eagerly subscribed to the news publication, which gives the latest industry news by keeping family law practitioners informed of crucial changes, challenges, developments and prospects.

The timings and agenda for the first roundtable, which will reside at one of the UK’s oldest and largest chambers, 3PB Barristers in Birmingham, are as follows:

10.00 – 10.30am Arrival & Refreshments

10.30 – 11.15am: Welcome and Introductions 

11.15 – 12:00 – Discussion slot: Laura Naser, Author of ‘The Family Lawyer’s Guide to Separation & Divorce’

12.00 – 12.30: Break and Refreshments

12.30– 13:30- Discussion Slot: Adele Ballantyne – working with clients with challenging behaviour  

13.30– 14:00: Lunch

14:00 – 15.00 – Discussion slot: Today’s Family Lawyer: What would you like to read about?

15.00 – Thank you and Close 

At the Today’s Family Lawyer Roundtable, we will provide an opportunity to meet with like-minded individuals to discuss challenges, network with peers whilst offering plenty of opportunity for debate and discussion with pre and post comment in the publication to engage the industry and shine a spotlight on contributors.

We are holding this event on a complimentary basis, however, places are limited so please do confirm your attendance to our events manager, Grace Beech ( or contact her on 01829 307 798), to secure your spot!

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