17-18 October 2019: 6th Annual Clarks Attorneys Family Law conference: ‘Therapeutic Jurisprudence: An interdisciplinary approach’.
10th October 2019: Stellenbosch University CPD Well: ‘Parenting Coordination keeps families out of court’.
15-17 August 2019: 6th Annual AFCC Conference, Sydney, Australia
15 May 2019: Symposium Problemen met Naleving Omgangsregeling. Is een Gezamenlijke Procedure een Oplossing? Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
4-5 April 2019: 22nd Annual Family Law Conference Miller du Toit Cloete – UWC
23 November 2018: Public Defence of PhD Thesis, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
1-2 March 2018: 21st Annual Family Law Conference Miller du Toit Cloete – UWC: ‘Ten years of Parenting Coordination in South Africa’
August 2017: 4th Annual AFCC conference Melbourne: ‘The Voice of the Child in Parenting Coordination’ (individual presentation), One day pre-conference institute together with Craig Schneider on parenting coordination
March 2017: 20th Annual Family Law Conference Miller du Toit Cloete – UWC : ‘That which we call parenting coordination… or: where is the baby?’
March 2017: Children’s Rights Moot Court Competition – Leiden Law School, Leiden University, The Netherlands
October 2016: 3rd Annual Clarks Attorneys Family Law conference: ‘When and why facilitation/parenting coordination sometimes does not work and what options are available to the PC’
July 2016: 3rd International Family Law and Practice Conference, London: ‘Post-divorce Dispute Resolution in South Africa: Parenting Coordination Keeps Families out of Court’
2015: AFCC conference New Orleans: ‘Facilitation and Arbitration in Children’s Disputes’
2014: 1st Annual Clarks Attorneys Family Law conference: ‘The Role of the Mental Health Practitioner in post-divorce Dispute resolution’
2014: University of Leiden, the Netherlands: ‘Children’s Participation in post-divorce Dispute Resolution in the Western Cape, South Africa’
2013: 2nd International Family Law and Practice conference, London: ‘Post-divorce Dispute Resolution in the Western Cape: A Clinical Perspective’