The Supreme Court decision in Gow v Grant
Date 01/11/2012
Speaker Kirsty Malcolm (Advocate, Murray Stable)
Seminar Details This seminar will examine (in the light of the decision in Gow v Grant) the impact in practice for claims under section 28 of the Family Law (Scotland) Act.
Having specialised in family law as a solicitor and private practice for 17 years, Kirsty has continued to work predominately in this area since calling to the Bar in 2007. She recently represented the appellant in Gow v Grant at the Supreme Court, a case concerning the interpretation of section 28 of the Family Law (Scotland) Act 2006. She co-authored “Cohabitation” the second edition of which was published in 2011. During that year she also co-designed and wrote the family law elective for Glasgow University’s Diploma in Legal Practice. She is a contributing editor to Butterworths Scottish Family Law Service and a regular presenter of CPD seminars and lectures.
Seminar Time 5.45pm - 7.15pm (registration from 5.30pm)
Booking Fee £50 members; £75 non-members; £15 member trainees; £25 non-member trainees
Link to Booking Form

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