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The UK’s withdrawal from the EU will precipitate important change in international family law. EU law has increasingly come to define key aspects of both jurisdiction and recognition & enforcement of judgments on divorce, maintenance, and disputes over children, including international child abduction, and provided new frameworks for cross-national cooperation.

Child & Family Law Quarterly and Cambridge Family Law will, therefore, host a joint seminar on 27 March 2017. International experts and practitioners will discuss the impacts of ‘Brexit’ on family law, from a range of national and European perspectives, and reflect on the future of international family law practice in the UK.

Academic speakers include:

  • Nigel Lowe, University of Cardiff
  • Anatol Dutta, University of Regensburg, Germany
  • Paul Beaumont, University of Aberdeen
  • Helen Stalford, University of Liverpool
  • Janeen Carruthers, University of Glasgow
  • Ruth Lamont, University of Manchester
  • Elizabeth Crawford, University of Glasgow

Panel discussion participants include

  • Rebecca Bailey-Harris, 1 Hare Court
  • David Hodson, International Family Law Group
  • Rachael Kelsey, Sheehan Kelsey Oswald, Edinburgh
  • Gavin Smith, 1 Hare Court

Conference registration fees:

  • £ 150 for practitioners
  • £ 100 for academics/Civil Servants/NGO
  • £ 25 for students

For more details, registration, accommodation and dinner tickets: www.fambrexit.law.cam.ac.uk/

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