Central London

Each event carries 4.25 hrs CPD and is open to modern, progressive law firms. The roadshows are suitable for managing partners, senior partners, heads of department, practice managers and compliance officers.

The agenda is as follows:

9.30 – 10.30 Social Media Care: Customer Service in a Virtual World – Rich Dibbins : Conscious Solutions

Tikit are delighted to announce that we will be running a user group for all Tikit eMarketing users on 12th July. It has been a couple of years since we held the last user group and we are excited to be able to take this opportunity to show you what we’ve been doing with the product over that time. We’ll also discuss our overall strategy in the CRM space and how our newly announced partners Introhive and LegalPublish support it.

To let us know you’ll be there please email marketing@tikit.com.

The future of automation lies both in redefining and streamlining processes in business services and in innovating traditionally bespoked areas of legal services delivery. From law firms building chatbot-based self-service systems for private and business clients to turning the finance function into a digital nirvana, automation spans the whole of tomorrow’s legal business and every area of its work.

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From dumb terminals to smart working – how are innovative law firms, professional services firms and other businesses combining the cutting edge of mobile technology with new ways of working, physical working environments and working practices to create radically different workplaces for the future? What, really, is a law firm’s office for – and will it still exist in 2028? And what change management challenges await those managing the seismic shift from traditional modes to agile/smart working?

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Join representatives from the regulators, law firms and LawTech for this informative Lunch and Learn event focussed on the new challenges faced by compliance professionals regarding MLR2017. This extended educational session will focus on the recent regulatory developments including the hot-off-the-press UK Money Laundering Draft Regs 2017. Presentations will cover the AML and KYC challenges law firms are faced with today and the panel will review how technologies are revolutionising KYC processes within the legal profession and are key to enabling a response.

Two half day workshops dedicated to the compliance role of COFA. Available as a whole day or attendees can choose to attend either one of the half day sessions. Whether you are being appointed as a COFA, a member of an accounts team or supporting the COFA in their role you will find these workshops valuable.

The first session covers the role and duties of the COFA, implementing systems to enable you to monitor and identify breaches, dealing with your regulator, reporting, behaviour compliance and training.

We are delighted to invite you to a breakfast discussion on how to embed best practice health and wellbeing principles in the office workplace.

Over the last few years, the real estate sector has seen a dramatic rise in interest in health and wellbeing in the workplace and links to productivity. This has brought about a shift in the business case of green buildings from energy efficiency and building labeling to place people at the forefront of design and operations in the workplace.

The only event to specifically target chief operating officers, business managers and others in operational leadership roles from large UK and international law firms, Briefing's Operational Leaders in Legal event returns in 2018 to enlighten, challenge and engage operational leaders by uncovering and discussing the issues they face in an increasingly challenging and fast-changing market.

 

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As we move ever nearer to the end of life of some major finance / practice management systems steps, a group of independent consultancy firms are hosting a free half day seminar around the topic of PMS system change.

The seminar is aimed at firms ready to explore what they could be doing now in preparation for a change of system in the coming months and years. Our suggested audience is strategy managers, IT project managers, business analysts and senior members of the finance team such as management accountants, financial controllers and revenue controllers.

As we move ever nearer to the end of life of some major finance / practice management systems steps, a group of independent consultancy firms are hosting a free half day seminar around the topic of PMS system change.

The seminar is aimed at firms ready to explore what they could be doing now in preparation for a change of system in the coming months and years. Our suggested audience is strategy managers, IT project managers, business analysts and senior members of the finance team such as management accountants, financial controllers and revenue controllers.

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