Monitoring emerging threats is a key priority for every firm in 2016. With many firms and practices falling prey to cybercrime in the past year, these challenges are a constant reminder of the risks that your firm can face in its everyday practice. Is the monitoring of this kind of threat a consistent priority for your board?
Legal regulation could face large-scale change in the next two years. After Britain’s decision to leave the EU in June, the regulatory environment and the conditions in which a firm trades are likely to be affected by the Brexit vote. How can your firm manage this change? Which areas are most likely to be affected? How can you manage your clients’ expectations and questions during a time of great change?
Risk Management and Compliance for Law Firms 2016 will help you answer these questions and tackle the latest regulatory compliance and risk challenges.
Day One of this conference highlights emerging risk for those responsible for managing strategic and operational risk, while Day Two enables those tasked with achieving compliance to stay abreast of regulation affecting their firm.
Risk and compliance professionals have relied on this conference for almost a decade to help them neutralise risk to their legal services business and grapple with a changing regulatory landscape.
What’s new for 2016?
. Understand how Brexit will likely affect your firm. The SRA’s Director of Regulatory Policy, Chris Handford will provide an overview of how upcoming changes are likely to affect legal services regulation
. Learn how other non-traditional legal services businesses manage risk
. Prepare for changes to the SRA Handbook. Hear from the SRA’s Chris Handford on the guidance you will receive
. Understand how the principal changes to the Data Protection Regime will affect you
. Get an update on European and international regulation, covering AML and sanctions compliance
Date and Time: On Tuesday December 06, 2016 at 9:00 am (ends Wednesday December 07, 2016 at 4:30 pm)
Standard rate (two days): GBP 1195
Standard rate (one-day attendance): GBP 649
Early bird 1: Two day attendance (save £200 – expires 21 October): GBP 995
Early bird 1: One-day attendance (save £100 – expires 21 October): GBP 549
Early bird 2: Two-day attendance (save £100 – expires 18 November): GBP 1095
Early bird 2: One-day attendance (save £50 – expires 18 November): GBP 599
Speakers: Frank Maher (Legal Risk), Chris Handford (Solicitors Regulation Authority), Mike Pretty (DLA Piper), Alison Matthews (Shoosmiths), Rebecca Harding (Equant Analytics), Tracey Calvert (Oakalls Consultancy), Jeremy Callman (Ten Old Square), Holly Heath (DAS Law), Sarah Mumford (Trowers and Hamlins), Nicole Bigby (Berwin Leighton Paisner), Joanna Goodman, Tania Williams (Kemp Little), Andrew Try (Comxo), Lars Lindencrone Petersen (Bech-Bruun), Justine Cowling (DLA Piper), Juliet Tainui-Hernandez (Norton Rose Fulbright LLP), Heather McCallum (IBB Solicitors), Sue Mawdsley (Legal Risk LLP), Susannah Cogman (Herbert Smith Freehills), Catherine Allen (Bevan Brittan LLP), Jane Jarman (Nottingham Law School)
Category: Conferences | Business and Economics | Legal
Venue details: Grand Connaught Rooms, 61-65 Great Queen Street, London, WC2B 5DA, United Kingdom
Organiser Name: ARK Group
Contact: Caroline Friend
0207 324 2321