Latest articles relating to all things Risk and Compliance 

Reporting Serious Misconduct

The new rules requiring individuals/firms to report serious misconduct have been published by the SRA

#MeToo #TimesUp

You may or may not be aware of the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements which have entered into the public conciousness in recent years.

CQS – The New Core Practice Management Standards

Are you aware of the changes to CQS which will take effect from 1st May 2019?

Property referrals could be banned in a year!

The government recently said that it is looking to ban property referrals in 12 months if transparency over them cannot be achieved.

Disclosure Pilot Scheme

The mandatory Business and Property disclosure pilot was introduced in the Business and Property Courts of England and Wales on 1st January 2019.

What will a ‘No-Deal’ Brexit mean for RELs?

The SRA recently released guidance on the impact that a ‘no deal’ EU exit scenario will have on Registered European Lawyers (‘RELs’) practising in the UK, law f

 A look back at 2018

Now that we’ve well and truly settled back into work, it’s time to take a look at the main headlines of 2018 and how these events may shape the landscape for 20

Mental health in the workplace

The recent High Court decision in the case of the Solicitors Regulation Authority v James & Ors which resulted in 3 Solicitors being immediately st

CQS Training

The Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS) provides a recognised quality standard for residential conveyancing.

SRA Risk Outlook 2018/19

The SRA have 10 priority risks for 2018/19 that all solicitors and firms need to consider.

Work-life Balance

Having interests outside of work can help you switch off whilst giving you other qualities that may just help you with your day job.