16 Apr 2019
Succession Law & Equity - I used to Know That: Stuff You Forgot from (Law) School
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||16 Apr 2019
||13:00 - 14:30
||Law Society House, Belfast
||£50.00 per person
||1.5 General Group Study
This session will cover recent important developments in the area of probate and trusts - both contentious and non-contentious. The precise content is being left flexible so that the seminar can include the inevitable developments which will occur over the course of the year. This session will be practical and relevant to those involved in will drafting or the administration of estates.
The session will be delivered by Sheena Grattan BL. Sheena is a practising Chancery barrister in Northern Ireland specialising in private client work. Previously she was a senior lecturer in the Law School of Queen's University, Belfast lecturing in Equity (including Trusts), Land Law, Inheritance and Law and Revenue, having started her career as a solicitor in private practice. Sheena is the author of several legal texts including Succession Law in Northern Ireland (SLS), and, with James Kessler QC, Drafting Trusts & Will Trusts in Northern Ireland (Bloomsbury). She is a founding member of the STEP: Northern Ireland branch and in 2012 was the recipient of a STEP Founder's award for outstanding achievement. Sheena is the current Chair of the NI Branch of STEP. She has been an examiner and tutor for both the Administration of Trusts and the Administration of Estates components of the STEP/CLT Diploma programme in Northern Ireland since its inception.