Join the conversation
The Nottingham Property Hub will provide regular opportunities for you to meet and share your knowledge with a local group of experts about the relevant and topical issues in your area. They will be attended by representatives from all parties involved in the property transaction, from conveyancers, estate agents and developers, to surveyors, lenders and Local Authorities – and will make for engaging and relevant discussion spanning the length and breadth of the industry.
DPS will hold live demonstrations of iAttend on 7 July at the Nottinghamshire Law Society. iAttend is our new mobile application for criminal law firms which allows users to record time and complete Attendance Notes remotely, from any location with our without Internet access.
What to expect
Live demonstrations of the new software will be given throughout the day, so if you would like to attend, please use the form to register and select the most convenient time for you.
The Law Society is running regional and Welsh information sharing and networking events as part of its ongoing work on supporting the profession to promote equality and diversity. These free events will focus on key equality and diversity issues and provide informative and specialist information on a range of topics including:
Who will benefit
- Diversity Partners
- HR practitioners
- Diversity/inclusion officers and others delivering Diversity roles in practices
- Anyone with an interest in diversity
As a Money Laundering Reporting Officer, you face constant challenges in ensuring that your firm stays compliant with anti-money laundering obligations. The Law Society’s highly popular AML training equips you to effectively manage your obligations as an MLRO, as well as the expectations of fee earners and clients, in a proportionate and effective way.
AML in Practice
Who will benefit
Persons appointed within a legal practice to undertake any of the following roles:
- Money Laundering Reporting Officers and their deputies
- Directors of Risk
- Practice Managers
It is recommended that MLROs do not attend both levels of training in one series. There will be some overlap between the levels, as key topical issues will be covered in both courses.
For new MLROs, the Law Society provides an online introductory course to enable you to more effectively participate in these face-to-face seminars. The online course can be located at: http://cpdcentre.lawsociety.org.uk/
Attendees should be familiar with the Law Society’s Practice Note - to download the practice note, visit : www.lawsociety.org.uk/moneylaundering
Members of the Law Society - £175 + VAT
Non-members of the Law Society - £275 + VAT
Members of the Law Society working in NFP - £125 + VAT