The Handbook is being substantially reduced in length and prescription and is being divided into two - one Code for individuals and another for regulated firms and entities.
Recent changes in the law, and with the introduction of the SRA Handbook, mean that in-house practice is of greater interest to the regulator than ever before and ignorance of compliance requirements is a risky position to sustain.
Join this webinar to get an overview of continuing competence - what do I need to know? how do I identify my training needs? how do I keep training records? and how do I demonstrate that the SRA requirements have been met?
Legal technology is booming, but with so many solutions on the market, how do you decide what’s right for your department?
This webinar will examine how in-house lawyers work across a range of key issues, building on the theme of the speakers’ new book, the In-House Lawyers’ Toolkit.
Colin Passmore, senior partner at Simmons & Simmons will advise on the updates to legal professional privilege relevant to in-house lawyers, tying in with the recent release of the Law Society’s practice note.
Leadership consultant Ciarán Fenton outlines key steps in developing your negotiating skills as an in-house lawyer.
ABSs continue to grow as businesses are looking to stand out in the market. The joining up of public services is not always backed by legislation which allows sharing of legal services, and local authorities are becoming commissioning organisations of outsourcing work to owned or private companies (and other third party organisations).
Stephen McCartney, director of information governance and data protection officer at Royal Mail Group will focus on the changes to data protection law across Europe that will impact your organisation.
This webinar will explain the SRA’s new approach to continuing competence.