Recent research by Stanford University claims that 88% of data breaches are caused by human error. But this can be significantly minimised if your company undertakes employee training and development. Join us for this hybrid one-day event covering all aspects of risk and compliance.

Risk and compliance obligations are the responsibility of all employees in law firms, but what happens if your staff don’t know what they’re looking for?

Our Risk and Compliance Annual Conference helps legal practitioners and compliance professionals stay up to date with all the regulatory requirements affecting them.

We consider current compliance issues through a mix of plenary sessions and concurrent workshops that will help you cultivate a best practice culture throughout your firm.

Our popular one-day conference is attended by over 450 practitioners.

You will hear from industry experts on the latest SRA guidance and gain practical insights on achieving a positive workplace culture.

You can also participate in interactive sessions on all the current compliance issues affecting law firms and legal departments, including economic crime and anti-money laundering.

The Risk and Compliance Section is a member community designed specifically to help compliance officers for legal practice (COLPs), compliance officers for finance and administration (COFAs) and money laundering reporting officers (MLROs) just like you, excel in what they do.

As a member of this community, you can be confident you’re staying up to date with the latest developments and navigating and demonstrating compliance.

You’ll have access to exclusive online content including magazines, newsletters, resources, networking events, training sessions and webinars.

Become a member of the section

SRA Competencies A1

  • Gain practical insights on embedding SRA priorities into your risk strategies
  • Achieve workplace culture compliance
  • Keep up to date with competitors for regulatory success in the future

Event details

This event took place on Thursday 21 March 2024