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We are delighted to be welcoming back the At A Glance Conference, the specialist financial remedies live event. Our fast moving programme will tackle the current issues affecting those working in the field.

We have a brand new venue too - 1 Birdcage Walk in Westminster, London. A beautiful location and venue for our returning gig!

Lady Hale Appointed Next President
Lady hale, Keynote Speaker

This year, we will be welcoming Lady Hale as Keynote Speaker who will start the day with a bang. Richard Sear will follow, reviewing finance cases from the last year before Sir Paul Coleridge delivers a short slot on Arbitration, Mediation & Private FDRs.

Before lunch, HHJ Hess is going to give a quick update on the Financial Remedy Court and Barristers Henrietta Boyle & Holly Symonds will briefly chat about life as a judicial assistant in the Family Division.

After lunch, Lewis Marks QC will be convincing us that e-bundling is not dull, and offer tips and advice on creating an e-bundle in FR cases.

Then for our panel session, a reunion of some of those involved in White v White over 20 years ago, coming together to discuss its impact on Fairness and Sharing 20 years on.

To close the day, Sir James Munby and Louise Tickle are looking at reporting in family cases from a journalists viewpoint.

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10.00 - 10.15Introduction from the ChairMr Justice Mostyn
10.15 - 10.50Keynote SpeechLady Hale
10.50 - 11.20Finance Cases ReviewRichard Sear, 1 Hare Court
11.20 - 11.40Refreshments
11.40 - 12.00Finance Cases Review Part 2Richard Sear, 1 Hare Court
12.00 - 12.30Arbitration, Mediation and Private FDRsSir Paul Coleridge
12.30 - 13.00Financial Remedy Court updateHHJ Edward Hess
13.00 - 13.20Life as a Judicial Assistant in the Family DivisionHolly Symonds, 5 Pump Court & Henrietta Boyle, 1 Hare Court
13.20 - 14.10Lunch
14.10 -'s not as dull as it sounds. How to create and use an e-bundle in FR casesLewis Marks QC, QEB
15.00 - 15.50White, Fairness & Sharing 20 years onPanel discussion chaired by Sally Max and including those involved in the case; Sir Paul Coleridge, Sir James Munby, Mr Justice Mostyn, Philip Marshall QC, Lewis Marks QC & James Turner QC.
15.50 - 16.10Refreshments
16.10 - 16.45Reporting Financial Remedies Cases: The Journalist's ViewSir James Munby & Louise Tickle
16.45 - 17.00Q&A

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