Discount for LF readers to PSMG conference

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9 September 2011


Legal Futures readers have been offered a £100 discount to the PSMG 16 Annual Conference: The professions in transition, being held in London on 15 November 2011.

The Legal Services Act wil have far reaching implications for both sides of the legal profession whilst in accounting, real estate, management consulting and other professions, globalisation, consolidation, regulatory compliance and the wholesale reform of the business models of many firms in a low growth economy, will be just the starting point. The 2011 PSMG conference will be chaired by Professor Stephen Mayson, witih a keynote by Tony Williams, founder of Jomati, a leading professional services consultancy and a galaxy of high level speakers and workshop presenters.

See the full conference programme to book your place, quoting LF15 to obtain the discount.


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