• Confused? Get your Guidance here!

    Confused? Get your Guidance here!

    We’ve put together a handy list of all the recent Guidance concerning family proceedings, so you can find it all in one place.

    Go to Guidance Locator

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  • Who we are

    Who we are

    The Family Law Bar Association is the specialist Bar Association for the Family Bar in England & Wales. Our members are employed and self-employed family barristers.

    We are actively involved in promoting Family Justice through our work.

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  • Keep in touch

    Keep in touch

    If you have not been receiving emails from us or if you are having trouble logging into the website you might want to check your membership is up to date and that we have your correct details. We changed our subscription rates last year and there are still a few members who have not updated their payments to reflect this. Don’t forget that membership of the FLBA is not automatic for members of the Family Bar and joining a regional association does not make you a member of the FLBA.

    If you aren’t sure what your membership status is please drop us a line using the web form or by emailing admin@flba.co.uk.

    Find out more about the benefits of membership here.

Events

  • FLBA National Regional Conference – Cardiff 21 Nov 2015 The conference attracts 5 CPD points. Conference booking forms may be downloaded here (English, Cymraeg) along with hotel booking form here). The programme is below (or in Welsh here). Programme 8.30-9.00am Registration and refreshments 9.00-9.30am Committee meeting (AGM) 9.30-9.45am Welcome and Introduction – Mr Justice Moor- Family Division Presiding Judge   for the Wales & Chester Circuit 9.45-10.30am Keynote address Sir James Munby P, ...
  • President’s Address to FLBA Annual Dinner 2015 Read the full text of the President’s speech here.

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