St John’s Chambers will be hosting a conference on Ancillary Relief on 10 Feb. The conference will take place at the Thistle Hotel in Bristol and will include an update on Ancillary Relief (Christopher Sharp QC), as well as sessions on prenups after Radmacher (Jody Atkinson), Conduct (Andrew Commins), Disclosure after Imerman (Paul Lewis), and spousal maintenance (Alison Hawes of Irwin Mitchell). Together Nick Miller and David Lockett (Actuaries for Lawyers) will bring attendees up to speed on pensions.
I confess that a member of St John’s I’m not 100% impartial, but nonetheless it promises to be a comprehensive update on the state of play for ancillary relief practitioners and is accredited for 6 hours CPD. Not bad for £100 + VAT.