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FLA Afternoon Lecture CPD series - 17th June 2021 4.30 pm

FLA Afternoon Lecture CPD series - 17th June 2021 @ 4.30 pm

 

"When parents disagree ... what day to day parental decisions are justiciable and how should courts approach this?"

Dr. Sarah Fennell BL

Response: Nuala E Jackson SC, Chair FLA

 

17th June 2021 @ 4.30 pm

1.5 CPD points

 

Please find the registration link for the event below:

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_c8acIlolRB65VjWjQ135TQ 

FLA Breakfast Briefing series Succession law and ancillary reliefs

FLA Breakfast Briefing series:Succession law and ancillary reliefs

 

 

The next event in the FLA Breakfast Briefing Series will take place on the 8th June 2021 @ 8.30 a.m.

 

Speaker: Sara Phelan SC

 

1 CPD Point

 

Please find registration link below:

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_ru7XlW5_Syal4AtTFOUL9w 

Finalisation of the Submissions of the FLA on the General Scheme of the Family Court Bill

Finalisation of the Submissions of the FLA on the General Scheme of the Family Court Bill 

Dervla Browne SC, chair of FLA Family Court Reform Sub-committee, finalising the submissions of the Association on the General Scheme of the Family Court Bill.

FLA Childcare Law Update - Afternoon CPD seminar series

FLA CPD Seminar Series - Childcare law update

 

The FLA is delighted to announce details of the next CPD seminar in our Afternoon series.

 

FLA Childcare Law Update - Afternoon CPD seminar series

25th March 2021 4.30 p.m.

 

Chair:

His Honour Judge Colin Daly

Speakers:

Lewis Mooney BL

Sinead Fitzgerald, solicitor

Host:

Lyndsey Keogh BL

 

1.5 CPD points

 

The Link for the event can be found below:

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_LfaI-yuPQgWKMNu2ErVUkg

Amendments to Constitution of the FLA - AGM 2020

 

Amendments to the Constitution of the FLA - AGM 2020

The Executive Committee of the Family Lawyers Association is pleased to announce that the Association at its AGM on the 14th November 2020 agreed to amend the Constitution to allow for Judicial and Academic members of the Association, in addition to Associate members.

In addition, it was agreed that former members of the Association who have retired from practice will be entitled to associate membership as of right. The amended provisions of the Constitution, being Articles 3 and 5, are set out below.

The annual subscription for Judicial, Academic or Associate membership is €150. To join, please see the “Become a Member” section of the website.

The Association is pleased to welcome its first Judicial Members, The Hon. Ms. Justice Bronagh O’Hanlon, Judge of the High Court and Past Chair of the FLA and Her Honour Judge Rosemary Horgan, Judge of the Circuit Court and Past President of the District Court.

 

3. Membership

Membership of the Association shall be open to any practising solicitor or barrister. Judicial membership of the Association shall be open to any member of the Judiciary (current or retired). Academic membership of the Association shall be open to any member of faculty of a third level institution whose academic work involves them in the area of family law. Associate membership of the Association shall be open to such other persons involved in the area of family law as may be determined by Executive Committee of the Association from time to time. Former members of the FLA who have retired from practice will be entitled to associate membership as of right. A Judicial, academic or associate member shall not be entitled to vote at general meetings of the Association and shall not be eligible for membership of the Executive Committee of the Association. The Association may, from time to time, holds events which are not open to attendance by Judicial, academic or associate members.

5. Subscriptions

A member or Judicial/academic/associate member shall pay or discharge such yearly subscription as may be determined by the Executive Committee from time to time. The Committee may prescribe a different subscription rate for members and Judicial and academic and associate members, and for categories within members, such as newly qualified lawyers.