Business development and compliance seminars for solicitors and conveyancers

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25 September 2014


Gobby: There is great benefit on getting an update on the latest regulations

Legal Eye are hosting two free CPD seminars with a difference in Kent in October.

In addition to practical advice on compliance, risk and anti-money laundering, law firms will be given tips on a range of ways to attract and retain clients – both locally and nationally.

Jaunita Gobby says: “Compliance requirements have changed substantially over the last year so there is great benefit on getting an update on the latest regulations – and the bonus is that you can gain CPD points at the same time.”

Law firms who attend the Ashford 3 hour seminar will also walk away with ideas about how to convert more leads as well as building better relationships with intermediaries.

Our Bromley event has PII insurer St Giles Legal and Professional Risk giving an overview on negligence claims.

Solicitors and conveyancers can choose to attend one, or both of the events. Full details and to book can be found by following the links:-

Ashford event – 1st October, 2014

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/engineering-success-in-your-firm-compliance-and-commercial-growth-tickets-12821612789

Bromley event – 15th October, 2014

http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/engineering-success-in-your-firm-compliance-and-commercial-growth-tickets-12636808033

 

Contact – Ashford event Contact – Bromley event
John Graham

Mobile: 07595 377748

Email: jw@legal-eye.co.uk

 

Emma Robins

Mobile: 07956 578475

Email: er@legal-eye.co.uk

 



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