Legal software provider Redbrick Solutions and Legal Eye and announce new dates for the COLP and COFA seminars in Spring 2014 following their successful seminars last year.
Online PR News – 17-January-2014 – UK – Redbrick Solutions successful sell-out seminars in 2013 have led to new dates being announced for Spring 2014. The seminar series consist of half-day workshops for legal practice management aimed at Managing Partners and nominated employees.
Head of Sales and Marketing at Redbrick Solutions, Jo Hodges, has said that the success of last years events means that places are limited.
We have continued to receive enquires from people interested in attending our workshops. We are therefore delighted to, once again, join forces with Legal Eye and offer COLPs and COFAs the opportunity to attend one of our practical and informative seminars. Places are limited and we are expecting demand to be high. I would therefore advise delegates to book as soon as possible in order to secure a place.
The seminar workshops will take be taking place Birmingham and London in March and May 2014.
The scheduled agenda for the COLP seminars involve topical matters including:
Practical compliance tips
Risk Assessment Procedures and
Risk Assessment files and risk evaluation
COFA seminar and workshops will be covering:
The SRA Client Account rules
The SRA approach to breaches
Hallmarks of a conscientious COFA
Common compliance issues
Annual information reports what should they include?
The seminars are highly recommended to anyone involved in compliance or management and delegates will receive 3 hours CPD, refreshments throughout and full course notes.
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