For anyone involved in the UK legal profession, the Legal Services Act has undoubtedly established a new regulatory and commercial landscape, bringing with it additional turbulence to an already volatile market.
Impact and Opportunities Arising for the Legal Profession
Wednesday 23rd November
Preston Marriott Hotel, Garstang Road, Broughton, Preston, PR3 5JB
8.00am – 9.45am
8.20am – 9.20am
Networking and Refreshments
9.20am to 9.45am
A number of key questions are in everyone’s mind:
What will be the impact on industry structure?
Can high street brands with no previous connection to the provision of legal services represent the future?
How can traditional law firms compete and grow in the new market?
What does ‘Alternative Business Structures’ mean to your firm?
Do we have a clear financial strategy and plan, and a Head of Finance, to survive and thrive?
Champion Accountants has undertaken research into the potential impact of the Act upon the traditional law firm, seeking to identify the pro-active strategies being put in place to ensure a robust response to the uncertainty ahead and the general level of preparedness for October.
We’ve unearthed a number of issues around trust, marketing, firm structure, talent management & development and business planning that we’d like to share with you.
At our seminar, we will present our research and invite debate and discussion between legal practitioners. Whether you are large or small firm, specialist or generalist, this exclusive seminar will be of great benefit to you.
Places at the seminar are free of charge, but limited. To book yours, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0161 703 2500.
Testimonials from Legal Services Act Seminar, Warrington, 29th September
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“Thank you for the seminar it was very well presented, informative and well worth attending.”
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