6th October, 2023

Sarah Kilvington and Emily Landale deliver insightful and well received webinar about Controlling and Coercive Behaviour in Private Law Children Act

Sarah Kilvington and Emily Landale delivered their webinar about Controlling and Coercive Behaviour in Private Law Children Act cases to 80 attendees with over 170 people also signing up to receive the recording.

They received excellent feedback from those that attended that the seminar was useful, interesting and thought-provoking.

If you wish to receive a copy of the recorded webinar please contact ped.mckinstry@9sjs.com

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