regularly attends a number of conferences and seminars in Malta and abroad on Family Law, Child Law, Civil Law and Criminal Law to keep herself abreast, thus being
capable of giving a top-notch up to date legal service. These conferences, seminars and
training seminars include those organized by the Malta Chamber of Advocates, by
the Commissioner for Children, by the Ministry for Social Policy, by the
Cana Movement, by the National Commission for the Protection of Equality (NCPE), by the Commission on
Domestic Violence, by NGOs such as Aditus and by international organisations such as the ICCFR - the International Commission on
Couple and Family Relations, and LEPCA - Lawyers in Europe on Parental Child Abduction and the International Commission of Jurists (ICJ). She also attended debates on Family Law at the Social Affairs Committee meetings.
Dr Mangion annually attends professional development courses to broaden her legal knowledge and approach.
She has also been asked to give her expert opinion on Family Law by various local and foreign institutions.
She is regularly invited as guest speaker on a number of radio and television programmes.
She has published academic papers and articles on leading peer-reviewed journals.
She is also an LL.D and LL.B (Hons) thesis and research project examiner, an LL.D thesis supervisor at the University of Malta and a casual visiting lecturer at the University of Malta.
Academic Qualifications and Professional Associations
Television and Radio
Seminars & Training Sessions
In 2016 Dr Mangion attended a seminar on Act No. IV of 2016 -Amendments Civil Procedure organised by the Chamber of Advocates.
In 2016 Dr Mangion attended a seminar on the New Procedural Rules on the Declaration of Nullity organised by the Chamber of Advocates.
In 2015 Dr Mangion attended a seminar on Forms of Violence in Malta - A Gender Perspective organised by the NCPE.
In 2015 Dr Mangion gave a 4 part series of training sessions on Sexual Abuse and Volunary Organisations.
In 2011 Dr Mangion attended a two day conference on Domestic Violence.
In 2011 Dr Mangion attended a seminar on Divorce Law organised by the Chamber of Advocates.
Dr Mangion was a speaker in the seminar 'Confidentiality and Treatment of Young Adults: Proposals for Amendments', organised by the Bioethics Research Programme of the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery in collaboration with the Medicine and Law Programme of the Faculty of Laws, University of Malta & Office of the Commissioner for Children.
Between 2011-2015 Dr Mangion regularly gave training sessions to social workers on Family Law