Webinar: Taking evidence from children in care proceedings
Taking evidence from children in care proceedings – a focus on the Re W process
Wed 20 Dec2023
Reagan Persaud presents a FREE webinar on practice guidance for taking evidence from children in care proceedings with a particular focus on the Re W process, including:
- The circumstances when you would apply for a child to give evidence in care proceedings
- Making an application for a child to give evidence
- The procedural steps that follow once an application is made
- The reasons why the application may be granted/refused
- The process of the child coming to court to give evidence
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: Please note this webinar will now take place on Wednesday 20th December 2023 at 4pm. Apologies for any inconvenience.
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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 email@example.com for more details.
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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.