11.03.21

'I am not a cat': When your conferencing solution has to be spot on.

As the prospect of coming out of post-pandemic remote working life grows, one thing that will still be fresh in the minds of the general public will be the wide...

'I am not a cat': When your conferencing solution has to be spot on.
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04.03.21

A Task Force for Change

A Conveyancing Task Force has just been announced, with a key focus on moving to the ‘digital future’. But will the group prove to be an effective driver for ch...

A Task Force for Change
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04.03.21

SDLT insights and key updates with Sean Randall – March 2021

Date: Thursday 11th March, 11am

SDLT insights and key updates with Sean Randall – March 2021
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04.03.21

Compliance and Cybercrime: knowledge is power

It’s a well-known mantra that in the realms of cybercrime, criminals are invariably one step ahead. But this should not tempt any law firm to be complacent in p...

Compliance and Cybercrime: knowledge is power
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03.03.21

New AML Guidance For Law Firms

New AML Guidance For Law Firms
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01.03.21

Learning and Development for Family Lawyers – the best CPD choices in Spring 2021

A quick guide to the latest updates and issues affecting family law, and what you should consider for your CPD and choosing courses.

Learning and Development for Family Lawyers – the best CPD choices in Spring 2021
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25.02.21

Family Proceedings: Litigants' Conduct

A recent case demonstrates that the conduct of litigants in financial proceedings is of utmost importance.

Family Proceedings: Litigants' Conduct
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22.02.21

Too many people have to turn to crime before they get the mental health support they need

The links between mental health and offending are significant.

Too many people have to turn to crime before they get the mental health support they need
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19.02.21

Parks and recreations: Tensions between ‘duty to warn’ and the regular visitors’ knowledge

To what extent are businesses and public authorities required to exercise a reasonable standard of care in mitigating the risk to individuals – particularly in ...

Parks and recreations: Tensions between ‘duty to warn’ and the regular visitors’ knowledge
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