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 work-related stress. Family Law in Partnership itself introduced supervision three years ago and now at least 11 family lawyers at the firm receive regular supervision sessions.

For more information, read the article by Legal Futures here.

For further information about the diploma in family supervision offered by FLiP Faculty and the full range of courses offered by FLiP Faculty, contact Family Law in Partnership director Gillian Bishop or visit the FLiP Faculty website.