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Thursday 11th October 2018

The At A Glance Conference is back for another year and this time will be held at a new fantastic location: The Institute of Engineering & Technology on London's Savoy Place

As ever the At A Glance Conference will be the specialist financial remedy practitioner’s must attend event of the 2018. An eminent team of leading practitioners will analyse and discuss the very latest financial remedy law, practice and policy issues.The full speaker line up is still evolving but Lord Mance opens the day with a view from the Supreme Court before we move on to tackle the key current issues including the latest case law, the operation of the new Financial Remedy Courts, fresh approaches in pensions, the difficult issues raised by the impending Supreme Court appeals in Owens (defended divorce) & Mills (variation of periodical payments) and more.

Detail about other contributors and topics will follow on this page over the next month or two but you can still book your place at the discounted early booking price of £295+vat.      

Read the programme outline here

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Keynote Speaker: Lord Mance

Lord Mance
Lord Mance


11th October 2018, 10am - 5pm


How Much?

You can currently take advantage of the discounted early booking price of £295+vat per person or, if you are booking as a group (2 or more people) you will receive the discounted rate of £265+vat per person. 

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What delegates said about past At A Glance conferences

I thought the speakers were all engaging and I genuinely thought this was the best Family Law Update course I've been on.
I really enjoyed this conference, and it ended up with me buying a At 'e' Glance. It was a good opportunity to exchange views, hear soundings from other professionals and reflect on the state of the law. Class legal still top of the class.

Overall it was a really interesting conference providing much food for thought. Brilliantly chaired by Mostyn J!

Content was excellent . Felt really engaged with the lectures due to their excellent delivery .

Put simply, this is the stand out 'money work' training event of the year. The consistent high quality of the speakers (and Chairs) and the range of subject matters provide delegates with intellectually stimulating and illuminating insights into the cutting edge of this practice area. Outstanding!


 Lord Mance

Deputy President of The Supreme Court, The Right Hon the Lord Mance

Jonathan Hugh Mance, Lord Mance became Deputy President of The Supreme Court in September 2017. This following his original appointment as a Justice of The Supreme Court in October 2009.

In October 2005, Lord Mance became a Lord of Appeal in Ordinary. He was from 1999 to 2005 a Lord Justice of Appeal and from 1993 to 1999 a Judge of the High Court, Queen's Bench Division, where he also sat in the Commercial Court.

Lord Mance read law at University College, Oxford, spent time with a Hamburg law firm and then practised at the commercial bar and sat as a Recorder until 1993. He chaired various Banking Appeals Tribunals and was a founder director of the Bar Mutual Indemnity Insurance Fund.

He represented the United Kingdom on the Council of Europe's Consultative Council of European Judges from 2000 to 2011, being elected its first chair from 2000 to 2003. He currently chairs the Executive Council of the International Law Association and the Lord Chancellor's Advisory Committee on Private International Law. He is a member of the Judicial Integrity Group and of the seven person panel set up under the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (article 255) to give an opinion on candidates' suitability to perform the duties of Judge and Advocate-General of the European Court of Justice and General Court.

He served from 2007 to 2009 on the House of Lords European Union Select Committee, chairing sub-committee E which scrutinises proposals concerning European law and institutions. In 2006 he chaired a working group under the auspices of the All Party Parliamentary Group on the Great Lakes Region, recommending changes in the procedures for enforcement of the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises, and in 2008 he led an international delegation for the same Group and the Swedish Foundation for Human Rights, reporting on the problems of impunity in relation to violence against women in the Congo.

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