Archive of: 2019

Looking through the lens of childhood, throughout the world and at home

“Significant obstacles to children’s rights remain, especially for the most vulnerable*”

The Children’s Act 1989 - Thirty Years On

Looking at what remains to be achieved, with a focus on the legal sector, thirty years on from The Children’s Act 1989.

Mediation in many circumstances

Looking at how mediation can bring about a ‘fair’ resolution for all, that all clients can live with, without the costs or stress of the courtroom.

Law across the UK: Scottish Law

The Scottish Justice system looks at representing the best interests of children when families break down

The Queen's Speech 2019: Focus on Family Law

What the re-introduction of the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill will mean for couples and families in 2019 and beyond

Mediation brings greater chance of satisfactory resolution in Family Law - report from the Irish Law Gazette

Circuit Court Judge Keenan Johnson suggested mediation as a way forward to keep family law disputes of out a courtroom setting.

Legal and Mediation Practice Training Programme for Autumn 2019

Nigel is excited to be working with experienced and renowned mediator Henry Brown to deliver specialist training on the mediation and arbitration processes.

 
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