Theatre 6 - Sponsored by Insight Legal
Insight Legal is a modern system for today`s legal practices unencumbered by legacy technology and thinking.
Wednesday 21st March
Thursday 22nd March
Jane Malcolm - Solicitors Regulation Authority
Jane Malcolm provides an update on how regulation is developing to remain fit for purpose, in what is a time of change in the legal sector and further afield
Deborah Edwards - Insight Legal
In these days of increasing regulations and management responsibilities, learn how to effectively manage your law firm without taking away from your fee earning time. Dealing with issues such as compliance, cash management and running your practice as an efficient business, this session will guide you through the practical aspects of managing a law firm today.
Osman Ismail - DPS Software
With GDPR fast approaching, it should be at the forefront of every legal practitioner’s mind to ensure that they are compliant before May of this year. This seminar will cover what you need to do to remain compliant and how your Practice Management Software can help you to do so.
Ian Johnson - Crowe Clark Whitehill LLP, The Institute of Legal Finance and Management
In the wake of the HMRC search fees case, which left many scratching their heads, and looking forward to a completely rewritten set of Accounts Rules and an entirely new Handbook, managers in law firms must be puzzling over what to think about next. Ian is experienced in advising law firms in financial compliance and will discuss the live issues of the moment and those on the horizon.
Helen Addy - HOXRO Limited
For some smaller and niche firms, IT has levelled the playing field, helping them grow their businesses and extend their market reach, for others it remains a major challenge. This seminar will look at how your business can benefit from digital legal technologies this year.
Dan Sutch - SIRS Europe – A Carnoustie Company
Over and above statutory and commercial data sources, the internet provides a wealth of intelligence opportunities not limited to thorough analysis of social media and forums but also including a detailed drill down into website infrastructure and web traffic. Often this information is unavailable elsewhere and provides valuable colour and detail to the investigator. Despite its value, such information is gathered from entirely open sources so can be used freely in proceedings as necessary.