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Popular Diploma in Family Law starts in 3 weeks
Applications are still being accepted for the Diploma in Family Law which commences on 28 September 2021. 
This course is designed to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of family law in this jurisdiction and will examine recent cutting-edge developments in core areas of family law and practice. The objective of this diploma is to provide practitioners with an essential overview of the many recent developments in family law and the implications for day-to-day client advice, practice, and procedure. 
Autumn 2021 module structure:
 
Module 1: Course introduction and advising clients  
Module 2: Prenuptial agreements, nullity and separation agreements
Module 3: Judicial separation, divorce and recognition of foreign divorce decrees 
Module 4: Maintenance, ancillary orders, pensions on separation and divorce 
Module 5: Domestic violence and child law
 
Workshops are a key feature of this diploma. These are designed to be interactive and involve working in groups on selected case-study problems and analysis, with an emphasis on the application of the law to common scenarios encountered in practice. 
 
This course is suitable for solicitors, trainee solicitors, paralegals, and other suitable professionals who wish to expand their knowledge of the family law arena with a view to moving into the area, as well as social workers, mediators, or relevant professionals who work in this area and who wish to gain a more comprehensive knowledge.
 
For further information, visit www.lawsociety.ie/diplomacentre  or contact Riona Leahy, Course Leader, by emailing: r.leahy@lawsociety.ie
 
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