Redbrick Solutions announce new seminar series ‘Law Firm Growth and Compliance’

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20 April 2015


Redbrick200Redbrick Solutions are delighted to announce a new series of seminars in partnership with Legal Eye, mmadigital and Wesleyan.

The seminars will focus on how to grow the law firm whilst ensuring you remain compliant and will take a look at the most common compliance risks during high growth phases.

The seminars are suitable for managing partners, financial directors, nominated persons, practice managers and senior partners and are essential for any law firm with plans to grow in 2015/16.

Topics covered will include:

  • ‘Financial Security and Sustainability for Law Firms’
  • ‘Reaching the Consumer using Digital Marketing’
  • ‘Utilising Technology to Ensure Compliance and Manage Growth’
  • ‘Practical Tips on Risk and Compliance’

Each seminar will attract 4 hours CPD and is priced at just £49 + vat.

Locations and dates include:

Birmingham 2 June

Newcastle 9 June

Cheadle 11 June

London 15 June

Bristol 19 June

Please visit Redbrick Solutions events page for further information.

 

To book please call 0845 166 2629 or email jhodges@redbricksolutions.co.uk



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