April 2024

Legal Compliance magazine cover - April 2024



New realities in risk


In this abridged version of his keynote speech at the annual Risk and Compliance Conference on 21 March 2024, Iain Miller examines the changing regulatory landscape

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Into the breach


Rebecca Atkinson considers the reporting obligations for regulated solicitors and outlines how to establish if a breach is serious enough to report to the Solicitors Regulation Authority

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In scope


In light of recent fines by the Solicitors Regulation Authority, Andy Donovan looks at what firms should do to ensure website compliance with the requirements of the SRA Transparency Rules

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Domino effect

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Jayne Willetts and Bronwen Still consider the proposals for the Solicitors Regulation Authority to regulate legal executives

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Risky business


The number of anti-money laundering audits conducted by the Solicitors Regulation Authority are increasing, with larger fines imposed for breaches. Alison Matthews outlines how having a robust firm-wide risk assessment can mitigate your risk

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Sourcing it

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The Solicitors Regulation Authority is looking more closely at anti-money laundering compliance in law firms. Harriet Holmes considers what you can do to prepare for a possible inspection

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