IAFL Webinars

The IAFL webinar series evolved during the coronavirus Covid-19 'lockdown' in 2020 with the aim of keeping IAFL Fellows connected during such an unusual and difficult time. Videos and audio recordings from the webinars can be accessed via the pages below. Recordings from IAFL's 'open to non-Fellows webinars' are available to all, with login required for recordings of 'Fellows only webinars'. For details of future webinars, please visit the 'Forthcoming Events' page on the Events section of this website.

Virtual Kyiv Session 2: How decisions are made

Julie Losson - 19 March 2021

Virtual Kyiv Session 3: Maintenance

Oksana Voynarovska - 19 March 2021

Hot Topics in Family Law in Africa: Session 1

Susan Abro - 5 February 2021

Hot Topics in Family Law in Africa: Session 2

Zenobia Du Toit - 5 February 2021

Hot Topics in Family Law in Africa: Session 3

Patient (Pepsi) Samukelo Thuto - 5 February 2021

Brexit and International Family Law

Eleri Jones - 4 December 2020

Brexit and Marriage Breakdown

Anna Worwood - 4 December 2020

Brexit and Children

Arnaud Gillard - 4 December 2020

Religious Freedom to Curtail Freedom

David Allison - 24 September 2020

"Habitual Residence" in North America

Caroline Harnois, Ana Maria Kudisch & Andrew Zashin - 28 August 2020

Consideration of Parental Violence in Custody and Access

Cheryl Goldhart & Elisha Roy - 28 August 2020

Dispute resolution with focus on arbitration

Suzanne Kingston - 18 June 2020

Surrogacy Worldwide

Dr Kerstin Niethammer-Jürgens - 4 June 2020

Religion and Family Law

Alice Meier-Bourdeau - 4 June 2020

Moral Maze: Medicine and Family Law

Suzanne Kingston - 3 June 2020

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