David Boyle delivers second international webinar in two days, this time on Alternative Dispute Resolution Processes
David Boyle has been invited to deliver an international webinar to Law College Dehradun, Faculty of Uttaranchal University, India on the subject of ADR Processes. Further details can be found
David Boyle invited to speak at international webinar on the Future of Digital Education, alongside Paul Bradshaw, Jonathan A. J. Wilson, Oksana Silanteva, Don Omope, Tiffany Shlain and many more.
On 25 June 2020, David Boyle joins 12 of the highest profile leaders in digital thinking and education, providing Pecha Kucha talks on the future of online teaching, and trying
Prudence Beaumont discusses the issues of Parental Alienation.
Link to article mentioned in the seminar: https://deanscourt.co.uk/articles/a-r...
Richard Whitehall starts 3 days in the Court of Appeal today on the landmark case of Swift v Carpenter, in which the Court of Appeal will review the law on
In the 3rd part of our family online seminar series, Michael Jones gives a public law update on babies relinquished for adoption.
Claire Athis considers an example of a Client who settled their financial case in February 2020, before the announcement of the Covid-19 pandemic, and now as a result of the
Deans Court are hosting a knock out family advocacy competition where you can win a mini pupillage and a book voucher!
Date: The first round will take place during
Jack Harrison specialises in cases related to Children and here discusses Separation as part of our DCC Summer Seminar Series.
Pascale Hicks attends first in person personal injury trial at Manchester Civil Justice Centre
On 9 June 2020, Pascale Hicks was instructed to attend one of the first personal injury
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