In this podcast, Ian Hawkins, Mary Waring, and Phil O'Connor discuss the many benefits that can be obtained from including a financial neutral within a collaborative meeting.
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Anarkali Musgrave, barrister at Coram Chambers, acted for the children’s guardian in Re: L. She will discuss a general update on the case, including a look at parental alienation and the test for a change of residence before and after McFarlane LJ’s judgment. The talk will discuss timelines and features of litigation and help solicitors to identify cases of parental alienation and intractable hostility, and to determine which tactics to deploy during a matter.
Members of Resolution's DR Committee, Karen Barham (Barlow Robbins) and Mary Raymont (Advantage Mediation), discuss the process for becoming an accredited family mediator.
In particular, they cover: Routes to accreditation (focus on FMC route), deadlines to accreditation, FMCA requirements - new mediators, FMCA competencies - case studies, reflective report and observations, outcomes of the accreditation process.
In this podcast Suzanne Kingston, Withers, and Karin Walker, KGW Family Law and Chair of Resolution's DR Committee, discuss finding the right and appropriate process option for your client. It discusses:
Kitchen table, mediation, round table – lawyer led negotiation, collaborative, arbitration, litigation, in particular they focus on mediation and collaborate practice.
In this podcast Joanna Blakelock, KGW Family Law, and David Emmerson, Anthony Gold, discuss how to develop your practice as a mediator. In particular, they discuss:
Skills of a mediator, how you apply them and how you approach the training, the involvement of experts in the mediation process, setting out the difference between legal information and legal advice to clients, how to approach safeguarding matters and how to explain mediation and other DR processes with clients in a first meeting.
Resolution's National YRes Committee, represented by YRes Chair Sarah Green, TLT Solicitors, YRes Secretary Joanna Blackelock and Matthew Gosnell, KGW Family Law, present the YRes keynote speech at the Resolution Dispute Resolution Conference in Nottingham.
The presentation focuses on the changing face of family law looking at:
the recent history of family law
the current climate of family law and the problems facing families today
what clients may want from family lawyers in the future
the training and tools necessary to help meet clients' demands.
Resolution has been at the cutting edge of specialist family practice for more than thirty-five years. However, external forces, changing family relationships, law reform and new and disruptive technologies challenge the traditional ways of working with our clients. How can you use the Code of Practice to make your practice modern, relevant and needed by offering a new approach which attracts business and is both profitable and less stressful for you?
Mary Shaw and Georgie Hall look at ways to approach first meetings and process options to achieve satisfied clients and increased business.
This talk from Rein Sikveland is based on internationally leading research developed at Loughborough University, which identifies how small changes in the language and words we use can have a major impact on the outcome in workplace interactions. He focuses on what communication strategies work with mediation clients, including how to explain mediation. He also address strategies to manage resistance when stakes are high.
Dr James Warner spoke at the Children and Family law forum, this interactive session explored some of the common mental illnesses and how they affect mental capacity. Delegates developed an understanding of how to spot mental illness in clients and what to do if they suspect incapacity due to mental illness
This video was recorded in June 2019 and is presented by Robyn Bradey (expert social worker based in Sydney, Australia).
In this podcast, Tom Farrell and Mike Caffyn discuss what makes family law a distinctive and compelling area to work in for financial advisers, and how getting Resolution's specialist accreditation can help develop your career.
In this podcast, Nicola Wallace and Catherine Wood QC discuss advocacy in family law.
In this podcast, Denise Ingamells, Head of London SPIPs at RCJ Advice, and Marc Etherington from Resolution’s Parenting After Parting Committee, discuss how the Separated Parents Information Programme works.
In this audio recording of their workshop, Gillian Bishop and Felicity Shedden, explore how parenting co-ordination supports parents in high conflict to implement final child arrangements orders or parenting agreements.
In this podcast, Suzanne Kingston, Mills & Reeve, and Karin Walker, KGW Family Law, this session covers a range of issues in how arbitration works in family law.
In this video, Jo O'Sullivan, from Resolution's DR Committee, talks through how she built a successful collaborative practice.
This podcast with mediators Karen Barham (Consultant at Barlow Robbins) and Mary Raymont (Advantage Mediation).
In this podcast, Karen Barham, Suzanne Kingston and Angela Lake-Carroll, take a closer look at Resolution's guidance note published in 2018.
In this recorded workshop, Rhys Taylor and Andrzej Bojarski cover tips on how to deal with practical issues arising from TOLATA and Children Act Schedule 1, and other related claims.
With the help of the Parenting after Parenting Committee we have put together this guidance to help you help clients who are separating parents