Download the FLBA’s response to the Supporting the introduction of the single Family Court – Proposed changes to the Family legal aid remuneration schemes Consultation, which closed on 5 November 2013.
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The results of the annual elections to the FLBA National Committee and Officers positions (to commence Jan 14) were announced at the Annual Conference in Nottingham on 16 November as follows: Officers Chair: Susan Jacklin QC Vice Chair: Philip Marshall QC Secretary: Ian Bugg Treasurer: James Roberts Committee Janet Bazley QC Elizabeth Isaacs QC Leslie(…)
Download the Eighth”View from the President’s Chambers”. For other recent guidance (and attachments to this view) see our Guidance Locator.
Download the Seventh “View from the President’s Chambers”. For other recent guidance see our Guidance Locator.
seminar in partnership with the FLBA Are you ready for the future? BARCO is the Bar’s escrow account that provides a new way of getting paid for, and financially servicing, on-going legal matters. BARCO helps you win work and reduce credit risk without breaching the Bar’s Code. 1.5 CPD hours applied for (…)
TO ALL MEMBERS OF THE FLBA Re: Committee Elections (2013) The closing date for submission of nominations for election to the Committee of the Family Law Bar Association has been extended to 12.00 noon on Friday 11th October 2013. The procedure and guidance is the same as set out in the Notice of Election previously sent out(…)
The East Midlands Family Bar Association invites you to the conference on 16 November 2013 and a celebratory dinner. Sir James Munby will give the conference address and Mr. Justice Michael Keehan will chair the events of the day. The programme will include: The young person with learning difficulties: The young person’s progress through the(…)
If you missed the roadshow download the PLO Modernisation slideshow instead and view the videos. (free to members).
The Autumn Lectures are free for all current FLBA members. Please note that there will be a charge to non-members of £20 per lecture. Lapsed members will be asked to rejoin or to pay the £20 fee on the door. Venue: London School of Economics – New Theatre, East Building, Houghton Street Time: 6.15 p.m.(…)
Download the Sixth “View from the President’s Chambers”. For other recent guidance see our Guidance Locator.