SRA Risk Outlook 20/21 Live Webinar

Date & Time

26th February 2021 | LIVE Webinar | 9.30 - 11.00

Cost

£50 + VAT (members), £60 + VAT (non members)

Description

SRA Risk Outlook 20/21 Live Webinar

Introduction

Every year since 2013 the SRA have released their Risk Outlook looking at their views on the key risks and challenges the profession faces. It give advice on what steps to take to protect you and your firm from these risks.  It is one of the most popular resources on the SRA website.

It has been a challenging year for the profession and the risks law firms face are always changing.  An example of this would be that many of us have spent most of this year working from home.  Cybercrime reports to the National Crime Agency (NCA) rose 400% in the first few weeks of lockdown as the criminals tried to take advantage of people working from home.

What you will learn

This Zoom session will guide you through this valuable resource in more detail including:

  • How to use the Risk Outlook 2020/21
  • The market landscape in 2020
  • The seven priority risks:
  • Anti-Money Laundering
  • Client money
  • Diversity in the profession
  • Information and cyber security
  • Integrity and ethics
  • Meeting legal needs
  • Standards of service
  • Looking in more detail at each of the above including:
  • Why the risk matters with case examples
  • Who is most at risk
  • What the SRA recommends
  • What they are doing
  • What is on the horizon

 Joanna Morris has over 30 years’ experience of working in solicitors’ practices from being a legal cashier, practice manager & training manager. Joanna is a freelance trainer and consultant having previously been the Risk & Regulatory Compliance Training Manager at a top 40 law firm.   Jo currently delivers training in many compliance subjects, both to the public and in-house clients, on AML, GDPR, SRA Accounts Rules and courses designed specifically for the MLRO, DPO, COLP and COFA.  She is a qualified NVQ assessor and holds a Certificate In Education for Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector.