June family law brunch recording - out now!
25th June 2021
Emma Griffiths presented 'Re HN: Scott's demise?' and Aimee Fox examined 'Covert recordings in family proceedings’.
July's family law newsletter out now
Welcome to the 3PB family law newsletter Our fifth family law group newsletter brings you a wealth of 3PB family news including Liz McGrath QC's experience of the last 18 months, heavily marked by Covid 19. We bring you a round up of our March, April and June family law brunch talks with links to our presentations, notes and videos. Our hosts over the time period were Emma Griffiths and Aimee Fox; Liz Hudson and Theresa...Continue reading
Esther Lieu is appointed as guest lecturer on the University of Birmingham’s MSc in Advanced Child Protection
3PB’s specialist family law barrister Esther Lieu (pictured here) has recently been appointed a guest lecturer to teach students taking a Master of Science (MSc) in Advanced Child Protection at the University of Birmingham. Esther is described by colleagues, clients and students as ‘outstanding’, ‘supportive’ and ‘knowledgeable’. Formerly counsel on public law children issues, Esther Lieu now exclusively practises within financial remedies and private law children, advising on cases involving financial provision following divorce or...Continue reading
Rachel Bloxwich joins 3PB Family Group
3PB welcomes Rachel Bloxwich, who specialises in handling divorce, separation, financial matters and arrangements for children, as a new tenant and a member of 3PB’s 75-strong Family Law Group. Rachel spent nearly 15 years as a family solicitor with law firms across the West Midlands, including latterly with FBC Manby Bowdler as an Associate in their top-rated family team in Wolverhampton. Rachel has specialised since qualification in 2007 in all aspects of family law and...Continue reading
Two magazine features for Lola-Rose Avery - in Counsel magazine and the FLBA’s Family Affairs
Family barrister Lola-Rose Avery (pictured here) has featured in the latest issue of Counsel, offering her personal account in “a day in the life of a baby barrister” for the Bar Council’s magazine and separately, has written an article on “mental well-being in family law and how occupational health could help” for the Family Law Bar Association’s magazine Family Affairs. To read about Lola’s personal account in Counsel, click here. To access her FLBA article,...Continue reading