High praise for St John’s Family Team after another successful training event on Civil Remedies in Family Proceedings

23rd March 2018

Asha Pearce Groves

“Thank you so much St John’s for always delivering wonderful informative, honest and topical CPD.”

Earlier this week, St John’s Chambers family & divorce team hosted the second in the series of their free training events; Civil Remedies in Family Proceedings. The event saw Asha Pearce-Groves and Julia Belyavin present talks on ‘A practical guide to Human Rights Act claims in family proceedings’ and ‘Financial remedies in children proceedings’. Delegates gave great feedback with comments such as “Very clear and while a gloomy topic, delivered with humour and hope.”

The next event in our series will be on Thursday, 17 May 2018 from 5 pm – 6 pm, titled; Vulnerable Witnesses. You can follow the new series of training events and book your place in the next few weeks via Twitter, searching the hashtag #SJCfamily18 or via our website by clicking here.

“This highly regarded set offers an impressive group of family barristers with a fine track record in an array of complex disputes. Members are frequently instructed in financial remedy cases involving international assets for married and unmarried couples. The set also remains a strong choice for private law children proceedings and jurisdictional disputes in relation to private law children.” Chambers UK, Family/Matrimonial (2018)