Skip to main content

The At A Glance Conference is the established and must-attend event for all financial remedy practitioners now in its 4th year.

The conference brings together an unrivalled team of speakers who will tackle the key, current issues, all presented in a uniquely lively day of talks, debate and discussion, making it an unmissable event for those specialising in the field.

As ever the programme reflects the changes that affect financial remedy practitioners at a time when the practice of family law is facing increasing pressure to keep up with modern trends and needs.

Our keynote speaker, Lord Mance, current Deputy President of the Supreme Court, will open the day with his view from the Supreme Court before Rebecca Carew Pole reviews the key finance cases from the past 12 months and what they reveal about current judicial thinking.

Pre and post lunch, two interactive panel sessions will keep you engaged.

Before lunch, a panel of pension lawyers and experts will discuss some difficult issues relating to pensions and divorce and discuss the work of the Pensions Advisory Group.

Following lunch, a second panel will explore the hot topic of dispute resolution centring on the question: which route to choose?  Our panel of DR specialists, moderated by Sir Peter Singer, will outline the pros and cons of the options using fictional case studies covering arbitration, mediation and early neutral evaluation. 

Later in the afternoon, Brent Molyneux QC will take you through what financial remedy practitioners need to know about company law, including corporate veil, minority oppression and overcoming shareholder rights/agreements when seeking to force transfer of shares.

We then update you on the latest thinking regarding privilege and confidentiality in financial remedy proceedings, before HHJ Edward Hess completes the day with an account of the launch of the new financial remedy court and how they are working. 

Of course, all of the above will be enlivened throughout by the incisive promptings of the conference chair, Mr Justice Mostyn, ensuring you will leave enlightened, entertained and enthused. 

Keynote Speaker: Lord Mance

Lord Mance
Deputy President of the Supreme Court


Thursday 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. 

Book Here. 

You can use the booking form below to buy your tickets:

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

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

Sir Peter Singer

Retired High Court Judge

Sir Peter Singer is a retired High Court Judge of the Family Division. He is an Associate Member of 1 Hare Court and where he now practices as an independent and neutral Family Dispute Resolution Facilitator.

Brent Molyneux QC

29 Bedford Row

Brent is principally known for his expertise in high net worth financial remedy cases, including those with complex international aspects. He took Silk in 2017.

Rebecca Carew Pole

1 Hare Court

 Rebecca is a leading senior junior specialising in complex financial remedies disputes. She has been described as a "punchy, no-holds barred advocate with razor sharp intelligence" [Legal 500]. People say, "her opponents are so scared of her because the judges really listen to what she's got to say".

Rhys Taylor

30 Park Place

Rhys' practice focuses on matrimonial finance, cohabitee and inheritance disputes. His financial remedy practice frequently involves consideration of complex business and trust assets. He is also currently a member of the Pensions Advisory Group.

George Mathieson

Mathieson Consulting

George's background is banking and pensions, with 30 years' experience in financial services. He has a wealth of knowledge about pensions and for the past 10 years, has devoted himself to the subject of Pensions and Divorce, and finds the subject utterly fascinating. He is also currently a member of the Pensions Advisory Group.

Paul Cobley

Oak Barn Financial Planning

Paul's career in Financial Services spans more than 25 years, As well as being a certified financial practitioner, Paul has a specialism in Pensions and Divorce. He is an authorised Pension Transfer Specialist, an affiliate member of Resolution and a member of the Pensions Advisory Group.

Gavin Smith

1 Hare Court

Gavin specialises in financial remedies and is a trained family arbitrator. He is also an Editor of At A Glance and @eGlance and co-author of the Financial Remedies Practice (Class Legal). 

Alison Bull

Mills & Reeve

Alison is a family lawyer, mediator and collaborative lawyer. She has many years of experience sorting out financial agreements for separating couples and the arrangements for their children. Legal 500 says she is ‘just superb at diffusing conflicts; very astute and technically brilliant and a top-drawer family lawyer and mediator with an excellent manner with clients'. Alison is also national chair of the Resolution Standards Committee.

Have you signed up to our newsletter for family law updates & exclusive offers? SIGN UP NOW!

View Bag (0)