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FLiP Faculty – Upcoming Courses

September 30, 2019

FLiP Faculty run a wide range of courses targeted at practitioners working in family law. The courses allow family law practitioners to develop and improve the way that they manage their clients. By attending the courses family law practitioners will:  Gain deep insights into the psychological aspects of divorce and separation; Learn practical tips and

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Family Law Breakfast: The rise in mental health issues in the family courts

September 24, 2019

On 31st October 2019, the Personal Support Unit will host their next Family Law Breakfast “The rise in mental health issues in the Family Courts and how can we help?”. Sir Andrew McFarlane, the President of the Family Division, will be speaking about some of the reforms that he will be putting in place to

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Family Law in Partnership wins Law Society’s Excellence in Learning & Development Award 2018

October 18, 2018

Family Law in Partnership is delighted to win the Excellence in Learning & Development award at last night’s Law Society Excellence Awards 2018 (17th October 2018). Gillian Bishop, one of the founding partners of Family Law in Partnership, commented: “We are thrilled that the role of FLiP Faculty in promoting a better understanding of the

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FLiP Faculty announces new Parenting Coordinators

July 18, 2018

FLiP Faculty is delighted to announce that the first group of Parenting Coordinators have successfully completed their training programme. Profiles of the Parenting Coordinators are live on the FLiP Faculty website. The Parenting Coordinators are now available to work with clients to facilitate the resolution of disputes in a timely manner, assisting them to reach

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FLiP Faculty launches diploma in family law supervision

May 29, 2018

Family Law in Partnership director Gillian Bishop has been featured by Law Futures speaking about the new diploma in family law supervision launched by FLiP Faculty. The diploma led by Christopher Mills, a psychotherapist, family consultant and supervisor, is believed to be the first training scheme in psychologically based supervision to help family lawyers manage

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Director Gillian Bishop features in The Law Society Gazette

May 22, 2018

The Law Society Gazette has featured an article, written by Family Law in Partnership director Gillian Bishop, called “Coping Strategies”. The article written to coincide with Mental Health Awareness Week highlights the psychological challenges involved in practising family law and the toll it can take on the wellbeing of family lawyers. Gillian outlined the introduction of a

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Parenting coordination and training – an introduction

July 11, 2017

In this blog Gillian Bishop , a founder and director of Family Law in Partnership, examines the role of Parenting Coordination and how it can play a part in resolving family disputes. Parenting Coordination (or “PC”) started in the US as a result of the inadequacies of the legal system to assist families in transition

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The FLiP Faculty by Gillian Bishop

June 8, 2017

In this blog Gillian Bishop, one of the founders of FLiP Faculty, explains the background to the launch of FLiP Faculty. Over the last 35 years of being a family lawyer I have learned two truths at a fundamental level: First, that the stories our clients tell us may seem familiar and like so many

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Introducing FLiP Faculty

June 7, 2017

The launch of FLiP Faculty in February 2017 introduced a range of training courses for family lawyers that get to the heart of what family lawyers really do. Gillian Bishop, one of the founders of FLiP Faculty explains: “It has been our dream for many years to make available to the family law community training

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Introducing the FLiP Faculty

May 3, 2017

We are delighted to introduce you to the FLiP Faculty. This new organisation has been set up to provide training for the family law community that goes to the heart of what we do. Our website, is now live with courses available to view and book. More courses are being added all the time so

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