Darren Howe QC and Hope Spalding: The ABE Guidelines 2022 – What’s changed, what’s not and what’s new - May 2022
Children (Private Law)
Hope is instructed on a regular basis to represent both Applicants and Respondents in private law cases.
This is at all stages of proceedings from First Hearing and Dispute Resolution Appointments, all the way through to final hearing. She has been instructed in cases involving allegations of domestic abuse, sexual abuse and substance misuse.
Hope is experienced at dealing with vulnerable clients.
In addition, Hope accepts instructions to represent clients in children arbitration. She has undertaken training in Children Arbitration from Julie Stather, MCI Arb, who co-authored the paper to IFLA proposing the extension of the arbitration scheme to children matters.View full profile »
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Welcoming new tenants Anogika Souresh and Hope Spalding - Oct 2020
A Parent’s Guide to Remote Hearings by Rachael Claridge, Delia Minoprio & Hope Spalding - Jun 2020
Hope Spalding shares her experience as a Second Six Pupil in The Times - May 2020
Pupils Anogika Souresh and Hope Spalding undertake advocacy training for Children Arbitration - Apr 2020
Cheering 1COR on in the Metro Bank Professionals Pool League Finals - Nov 2019
Welcome to our new pupils Anogika Souresh and Hope Spalding - Oct 2019