Legal Eye announces date for London Risk Conference

Legal Eye would like to invite Solicitors and Conveyancers to attend our free conference which is being held in London on Wednesday, 21st June at the Saw Swee Hock Student Centre.

With a packed agenda, speakers include representatives from the CLC, SRA, Barclays Bank, ULS Technology and Lawyer Checker.

Question and Answer sessions with expert panels with representatives of legal suppliers and leading law firms will also be discussing Electronic ID and the CMA Report focusing on transparency.

Cyber crime also remains a key topic which will be of particular interest to Senior Partners, Directors, COLPs and COFAs.

Agenda:-

 9.30am Registration

10.00am Introduction from Legal Eye

10.15am Stephen Ward, Director of Strategy and External Relations from the Council of Licensed Conveyancers

10.40am Paul Saunders, Managing Director of Legal Eye

11am Refreshments

11.15am Martin Baldwin, Global ABC Advisory Manager from Barclays Bank

11.35am David Knowles, Expert Consultant in Financial Crime

11.55am Morning Q & A Panel – Electronic ID

David Knowles (Chair), Chris Harris – Lawyer Checker,   Paul Holland – Beyond encryption, Rob Hailstone – Bold Legal Group

12.30pm Lunch – Networking

13.20pm Simon Brown, ESTAs

13.30pm Colum Smith, CEO of McMillan Williams

14.00pm Dr Debra Malpass, Head of Research and Analysis at the SRA

14.30pm Break

14.45pm Afternoon Q & A Panel – CMA and Transparency in Law Firms

Paul Saunders (Chair), Dr Debra Malpass – SRA, Adam Connolly – ULS Technology

Eddie Goldsmith – Goldsmith Williams,  Adrian Toulson – Breeze and Wyles, Priya Anand Patel, Legal Eye

15.30pm Close meeting

Book today to avoid disappointment by clicking on the link below

 https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/legal-eye-risk-conference-on-the-21st-june-2017-for-the-legal-industry-and-providers-to-the-tickets-33991368097

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