Bromley CPD seminar for solicitors and conveyancers

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1 September 2014


In response to demand by Bromley law firms for more CPD seminars outside central London, a number of key industry speakers are coming to Bromley Court Hotel on 15th October.

Sessions cover a variety of subjects covering risk, compliance and marketing and will qualify for 3 hours CPD – well timed due to the cut-off date for CPD points at the end of October.

Presentations include:-

  •   Practical tips for Compliance & Risk and the role of the COLP
  •   Effective and compliance digital marketing
  •   Fulfilling the role of the COFA
  •   Overview of negligence claims

Speakers include Bromley-based Emma Robins from Legal Eye, Simon Gale from St Giles Legal & Professional Risk, David Thorpe from Financial Eye and David Kempster who specialises in marketing.

The seminar is sponsored by Legal Eye and free of charge to delegates. Spaces are limited  so book now to avoid disappointment.

Jaunita Gobby from Legal Eye says “The emphasis of this event is to provide practical advice for law firms which they can take away and implement within their own businesses.”

 

Host Emma Robins comments “Everything from marketing your business in 2014 and beyond to ensuring that you remain compliant with the increasing regulatory requirements is condensed into a 3 hour seminar to ensure law firms get the most of their time away from the office.”

 

 

 

Contact

 

Emma Robinsemr@legal-eye.co.uk

Tel 07956 578475

 



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