9 Gough Chambers Family team speaking at the LBLA Children Law Conference on 6th October 2016



Twelve members of the 9 Gough Chambers Family team are speaking at the next LBLA Children Law Conference on 6th October, from 09:30 to 16:00.

Tim Parker will chair and speak at the conference, followed by:

The aim of the conference is to gain a general update on the legislation and case law update in relation to looked after children. The conference will take place at the Kensington & Chelsea Town Hall.

The conference carries 5 CPD points.

Book a place: www.lbla.org.uk

Telephone: 0844 800 3296

Email: lbla@kennedycater.com

If you’d like more information on our family team members please email our Senior Family Clerk, Jaime Brooks at jbrooks@9goughchambers.co.uk.

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