BREXIT

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IAFL European Chapter Mainland Report

IAFL European Chapter Mainland Report

February 2018
The IAFL European Chapter Brexit Committee has produced a detailed supplementary report “IAFL European Chapter Mainland Report” to sit alongside the Brexit and Family Law Group paper (which was prepared with input from a number of UK IAFL fellows and which can be found below, “IAFL, FLBA and Resolution Paper on Brexit”). A Questionnaire asked 12 questions to practitioners in 20 different jurisdictions other than England and received responses from representatives of 16 jurisdictions, being Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland (Northern Ireland and the Republic), Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Scotland, Spain and Sweden.

IAFL, FLBA and Resolution Paper on Brexit

IAFL, FLBA and Resolution Paper on Brexit

By Eleri Jones, October 2017

This paper draws together the recommendations for family law post-Brexit of a group (the ‘group’) comprising of the lead specialist family law practitioner groups in England and Wales – the Family Law Bar Association, IAFL and Resolution. The recommendations are also supported by the Association of Lawyers for Children and other international family law experts. The paper responds to the UK Government’s EU (Withdrawal) Bill 2017-19 and recent future partnership papers published by the Government.

‘Essential training on Brexit expanded’ [2017] Fam Law 1012

‘Essential training on Brexit expanded’ [2017] Fam Law 1012

By IAFL Fellow Suzanne Kingston, published by Family Law, September 2017

‘Essential training on Brexit’ [2017] Fam Law 804

‘Essential training on Brexit’ [2017] Fam Law 804

By IAFL Fellow Suzanne Kingston, published by Family Law, August 2017

Child and Family Law Quarterly - Brexit Issue

Child and Family Law Quarterly - Brexit Issue

This special issue of the Child and Family Law Quarterly can be purchased from Jordan Publishing for £80. It contains several of the papers delivered at a joint seminar held by the editors with Cambridge Family Law at Trinity College in March 2017 (see www.fambrexit.law.cam.ac.uk) exploring various ramifications of Brexit across the full range of family law issues.