How to create ebundles for the Family Court

3PB Family guide to creating ebundles for the family court

As the trend for the courts to prefer electronic bundles to hard copy bundles continues - exacerbated and accelerated by lawyers and judges being forced to work remotely through the coronavirus lockdown period - 3PB family law barrister Steven HowardSteven HowardCall: 2009 has put together a series of videos designed to help solicitors to easily create ebundles that will be effective and easy to use in and by the family courts.

 

Our ever-expanding series includes (so far):

Video guide 1 - creating an ebundle from a scanned paper bundle

Video guide 2 - electronic page numbering

Video guide 3 - creating an ebundle from individual documents

Video guide 4 - creating a clickable index

Video guide 5 - Updating an e-bundle by rebuilding from individual documents

Video guide 6 - Updating an e-bundle by inserting updates into the existing bundle

Video guide 7 - Adding a late document to an e-bundle

Video guide 8 - Sending large files.

Please look out for additional videos as they are released. Contact Ian Charlton or Rob Leonard if you would like to receive further videos or to discuss ebundles or any family law matter.

 

Video guide 1 - creating an ebundle for from a scanned paper bundle

 

Video guide 2 - electronic page numbering

The documents used to form the bundles in the video guides 1 and 2, as can be seen in the videos, use the FLBA training materials produced by Darren Howe QC, Elizabeth Isaacs QC, Matthew Maynard, and Matthew Richardson at Coram Chambers which they produced for the excellent online and in person training delivered by the FLBA this year to family barristers.

Video guide 3 - creating an ebundle from individual documents

Video guide 4 - creating a clickable index

Video 5 - updating an e-bundle by rebuilding from individual documents

Video 6 - updating an e-bundle by inserting updates into the existing bundle

Video 7 - adding a late document to an e-bundle

Video 8 - sending large files

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Steven Howard

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Ian Charlton

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Robert Leonard

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