Birmingham

Particularly suitable for anyone new to legal finance, this one day workshop looks at double entry bookkeeping and understanding the fundamentals of legal cashiering.

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A one day workshop designed to provide practical advice and guidance for all those responsible for maintaining and managing the accounts of a solicitors’ practice.

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This half day course is a practical course covering some of the main provisions of the SRA accounts rules 2011. Useful as a refresher course for those more familiar with the rules including experienced legal finance staff, solicitors, fee earners, administrative and cash office personnel. Questions are actively encouraged along with several workshop sessions.

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The why, what and how of digital marketing for law firms

Why attend?

We are running a one day event that will increase skills and understanding, of, and between, your firm’s marketing team and partner/fee earner budget holders.

Having spent many hours with law firms over the years we have seen how both your marketing efforts, and the action (or lack of) from both partners and fee earners can hamper the success that is lurking behind that mysterious beast - marketing in a digital world.

LSN law firm forums have no set agenda and provide a unique opportunity to meet others like you working in UK law firm management, operational or support roles in a relaxed social setting and discuss common issues over a few drinks. 

Our networking events are FREE to attend only if you work in a law firm or solicitors practice. If you fall outside this circle, call and speak to Sarah on: 020 8322 7796.

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A half-day workshop designed specifically for those in legal practice or management providing guidance and practical advice about key aspects of VAT compliance including treatment of disbursements.

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Useful as a refresher for COFA’s or those supporting the COFA, this half day course takes a practical look at some of the issues faced by COFA’s on a daily basis, including materiality testing and what to consider when categorising breaches.

Topics covered include:

  • General update on the role
  • Practical examples
  • Case studies
  • Materiality testing

LinkedIn is the number one, business-to-business platform to:

  • Network directly with the key decision makers in your target sectors
  • Capitalise upon your LinkedIn network to generate new clients
  • Successfully develop business relationships and ultimately increase fee income
  • LinkedIn is an incredibly powerful platform - Mark takes you step-by-step through the process that will help generate new clients.

Get LinkedIn working for your business – attend the LinkedIn workshop with the Birmingham Law Society.

Why MC1?
 
It’s compulsory for all solicitors, to be completed within the first three training years post qualification.
 
Why this MC1?
 
You will get a clear understanding of:

The Solicitors Regulation Authority’s Accounts Rules have been substantially updated with the new rules being applicable from October 6th 2011. Also brought in at the same time were two new roles; these being the COLP and the COFA, which start as from January 1st 2013. Due to the new roles it is important that there is a thorough knowledge of the rules to ensure breaches, if any, are identified as well as ensuring, where ever possible, full compliance by the firm and their personnel. This course is a full rules course; it includes the new roles starting 2013 and of course the rules.

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