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Lord Neuberger to speak at this year's At A Glance Conference

Event to be held on 21 June 2017

  • Following in the celebrated footsteps of Lords Wilson & Sumption, this year's keynote speaker for Class Legal's annual At A Glance Conference will be Lord Neuberger. 

    It may well be his last speech in his role as President of The Supreme Court as he is due to retire at the end of the Summer.

    While Lord Neuberger is undoubtedly the headline act the support does not pale in comparison. The day will be chaired by Mr Justice Mostyn and other contributors include another Justice of the High Court, two Professors, a Silk, an OBE and at least six other industry experts. The full line up is available on the At A Glance Conference website.

    Between them the speaking team will tackle the lessons from the latest finance cases, Brexit and all its implications, insolvency in family breakdown, common intention trusts and the challenges ahead arising from online divorce and the rapid development of legal artificial intelligence.

    The event will be take place on 21 June 2017 at the Royal College of Surgeons, Lincoln's Inn Fields. 

    Remember, all Family Law Hub readers can get a further 10% off the current Early Booking price of £295 by quoting the AAG10 when booking.

    Read the full programme and line-up on the At A Glance Conference website.

News, published: 09/03/2017


Published: 09/03/2017


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