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Lord Justice Munby confirmed as keynote speaker at Hershman/Levy Memorial Lecture

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Lord Justice Munby has been confirmed as the keynote speaker at this year's Association of Lawyers for Children (ALC) annual Hershman/Levy Memorial Lecture, sponsored by Family Law.

Now in its sixth year, the lecture will be held at St Philips Chambers in Birmingham on Thursday 1 July at 8.30pm.

The ALC is seeking nominations for the ‘Outstanding Newcomer in the Field of Children Law Award'.The aim of the award is to recognise the contributions of newcomers to the field of children law and to encourage them to continue to play an active role in shaping the future. Nominations should be sent to the ALC by submitting a nomination form by Friday 18 June.

Nominees may have demonstrated an ability for supporting clients, have researched points of law, have helped with training, developed new ideas and initiatives or represented parties in a particularly noteworthy case.

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