Skip navigation
Spire Barristers Logo

Seminar: Supporting trans children and young adults



Supporting trans children and young adults – a practical guide for social workers and lawyers

Thur 7 Dec 2023


Reagan Persaud presents a FREE webinar covering:

  • An overview of relevant terminology and an introduction to the concept of being ‘trans’
  • What can be done to support trans children and young adults – including how to change name, ID documents, pronouns.
  • The process of hormone therapy – the options available to children and adults, including an overview of puberty blockers and cross sex-hormones
  • The legal rights afforded to trans children and young adults – including in the court arena, at hospitals, and within the work environment.

Reagan practices in children law. She has profound experience in all areas including, but not limited to, public children, private children, injunctions, enforcement, international and jurisdictional matters.

Date: Thursday 7th December 2023

Time: 16.00


Register for this webinar


Spire Barristers Training

Our barristers host regular online seminars aimed at Children and Adult Social Care professionals throughout the calendar year, covering a range of topics covering the latest legislation and practical guidance. We also host training seminars and webinars in Education Law.


To register your interest in any of the Seminars in our Spire Barristers Training 2023 program, please book via the event page or contact for more details.

All seminars are held live via a webinar platform (BlueJeans). Delegates will be sent a secure ‘Join meeting’ link with instructions on how to join.


If you would like to know more about our current seminar and event program please contact


Other training events

In addition to our Children & Adult Social Care Training, Family and Public Law expert Jacqueline Thomas KC and Reagan Persaud also present and contribute to a number of accredited Seminars through MBL Training; including preparation for complex findings of fact hearings and also safeguarding care leavers.