Brexit Conference, June 2017

The Brexit Conference took place on Monday 26th June 2017 at:-

IET London
2 Savoy Place
London, WC2R 0BL 

This conference, led by IAFL in conjunction with the Family Law Bar Association of England and Wales and Resolution, the organisation for family law professionals, considered BREXIT one year on and the domestic and international implications for family law. Attendees heard views from lawyers, academics and judges, and had the opportunity to ask questions and exchange ideas.

Brexit Conference Programme

The Brexit Conference Programme is also included within the conference main papers pack.

Brexit Conference Main Papers

Brexit Conference Main Papers pack which includes the programme, speaker profiles and presentation handouts.

Brexit Conference Supporting Document 1

10.50 Session. What does Brexit mean for families and children? Relocation and abduction? Nuala Mole, Anna Worwood, David Williams QC and Anne-Marie Hutchinson OBE QC (Hon).

Brexit Conference Supporting Document 2

11:50 Session. The impact of Brexit on the enforcement of child and family maintenance orders (incoming and outgoing). Dr Michael Wells-Greco and Ruth Innes.

Brexit Conference Supporting Document 3

14:00 Session. Heavy fog in the Channel: choices, problems and opportunities after Brexit. Tim Scott QC and Philip Marshall QC.

Brexit Conference Attendance List

List of delegates who attended the Brexit Conference in London on Monday 26th June 2017.

CPD Points for the Brexit Conference

Details of CPD hours and topics the Brexit Conference.


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