Networking and social events

 

Overbury is hosting its annual drinks reception at MIPIM tonight, Wednesday 7 March.  It’s held at Morrisons, the Irish pub in Cannes.

It’s an opportunity to meet the Overbury team and network with the rest of the construction industry in a relaxed environment in sunny Cannes – it’s a hard life!

No RSVP required. All you need is your business card to join us. So if you’re in Cannes please come along and enjoy a drink with us.

 

 

DPS Software and C.L.D. Business Support Ltd invites you to Rapport in Business.

A new monthly networking event aimed at decision makers in professional service industries, providing them with a relaxed environment to build business contacts and relationships. If you are a lawyer or accountant this is the event for you!

The events will be taking place on a monthly basis at the Sterling at the Gherkin, a stylish and modern venue in one of London’s most iconic buildings.

 

LSN networking events have no set agenda. They exist to help you share information with people like you in law firms. 

We recognise that whatever role you fill in a law firm, you all face similar challenges on a day to day basis within your firms, particularly now as we stare the LSA reforms and ABSs in the eye.

LSN Networking Events provide a unique opportunity for you to gather under one roof and share these experiences with others and, as a result, find opportunities to build solutions on this common ground - in an informal and social environment.

 

The forum explores the future of online legal services in the age of recession, deregulation and globalization. It looks at the technologies and business models that will give competitive edge to the solicitor of tomorrow and asks whether online law can lead to a renaissance of the High Street.

The Law Society is running a series of free Money Laundering Reporting Officer (MLRO) regional networking groups, in association with 192business and Accuity.

The groups are for MLROs in law practices, their deputies and senior compliance staff. They are designed to facilitate discussions between local law practices about the challenges of anti-money laundering AML compliance and to enable the sharing of good practice.

The events are free and qualify for 2 hours CPD. Please note that numbers are limited to two people per firm.

The Law Society is running a series of free Money Laundering Reporting Officer (MLRO) regional networking groups, in association with 192business and Accuity.

The groups are for MLROs in law practices, their deputies and senior compliance staff. They are designed to facilitate discussions between local law practices about the challenges of anti-money laundering AML compliance and to enable the sharing of good practice.

The events are free and qualify for 2 hours CPD. Please note that numbers are limited to two people per firm.

The Law Society is running a series of free Money Laundering Reporting Officer (MLRO) regional networking groups, in association with 192business and Accuity.

The groups are for MLROs in law practices, their deputies and senior compliance staff. They are designed to facilitate discussions between local law practices about the challenges of anti-money laundering AML compliance and to enable the sharing of good practice.

The events are free and qualify for 2 hours CPD. Please note that numbers are limited to two people per firm.

The Law Society is running a series of free Money Laundering Reporting Officer (MLRO) regional networking groups, in association with 192business and Accuity.

The groups are for MLROs in law practices, their deputies and senior compliance staff. They are designed to facilitate discussions between local law practices about the challenges of anti-money laundering AML compliance and to enable the sharing of good practice.

The events are free and qualify for 2 hours CPD. Please note that numbers are limited to two people per firm.

The Law Society is running a series of free Money Laundering Reporting Officer (MLRO) regional networking groups, in association with 192business and Accuity.

The groups are for MLROs in law practices, their deputies and senior compliance staff. They are designed to facilitate discussions between local law practices about the challenges of anti-money laundering AML compliance and to enable the sharing of good practice.

The events are free and qualify for 2 hours CPD. Please note that numbers are limited to two people per firm.

The Law Society is running a series of free Money Laundering Reporting Officer (MLRO) regional networking groups, in association with 192business and Accuity.

The groups are for MLROs in law practices, their deputies and senior compliance staff. They are designed to facilitate discussions between local law practices about the challenges of anti-money laundering AML compliance and to enable the sharing of good practice.

The events are free and qualify for 2 hours CPD. Please note that numbers are limited to two people per firm.

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