Multi-Disciplinary Conference to Debate Family Justice Review

St John’s Chambers (my chambers) is hosting a multi-disciplinary conference on 23 March to debate the Family Justice Review and the Government’s response. The conference will take place at Taunton Rugby Club and is to be chaired by the Honourable Mr Justice Ryder.

The event is open to professionals of all disciplines working within the family justice system – lawyers, judges, social workers, guardians, mediators, etc.

You can find out about the event via the St John’s Chambers website here, or download a pdf flyer and booking form here.

The booking fee for legal professionals is £40 + VAT, for social workers and guardians £20 + VAT.

2 thoughts on “Multi-Disciplinary Conference to Debate Family Justice Review

  1. Hmm, interesting that legal professionals can apparently afford to pay twice as much as social workers and guardians!

  2. Think it’s good to welcome SWs and CGs in this way. They will probably have to take a day’s leave + pay the £20 as training so restricted these days, sadly.

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