Covid-19 Update: Access to our offices are currently only available by appointment. We're providing our usual client services virtually to maintain the safety of our clients and colleagues. Read more here

Posted by familylaw on 4th August 2011

On 21 September 2011 Hartnell Chanot & Partners will be participating in a half-day seminar on the multi-disciplinary approach to family dispute resolution at the University of Exeter.

John Hind, mediator, collaborative lawyer and Director at Devon Family Solutions Ltd, will be teaming up with three financial experts, a family consultant, psychologist and the keynote speaker (Professor Anne Barlow, professor of family law at the University of Exeter) to explore the future of family dispute resolution and the role and practice of the integrated professional family mediation team.

Through a series of presentations based on one comprehensive case study the panel of speakers aim to demonstrate the effectiveness of the Multi-disciplinary Mediation Model.

If you are interested in this field of work and perhaps interested in becoming part of this multi disciplinary team why don’t you come along to the seminar to consider and debate with John and the panel of experts John’s proposed mediation model.

The seminar starts at 1.30pm and concludes at 6pm following which there will be an opportunity to have a drink and network. The cost is £30 + VAT per person and is eligible for 3 CPD points.

For further information or to book a place on this seminar please contact Ruth, [email protected] or 01392-454940.

Talk to an Expert

  • This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
Your privacy is key, read our Privacy Policy

Information Articles

+ More Blog Articles
Would you like to speak to someone? Find out how to get in touch...