Ever since May Donoghue ordered a ginger beer float at the Wellmeadow Café in Paisley in 1928, Scots law has been informing legal discourse throughout the world. 90 years later, our legal system continues to be an exemplar abroad and a badge of pride at home.
Today’s world is however in a period of almost unrecognisable change and transition. Political, economic and constitutional uncertainty have characterised recent years. Challenges - ranging from navigating Brexit and globalisation; mergers and collapses; agile working; the opportunities of technological change and the risk of cyber-attacks - define the landscape in which we now operate. Closer to home, the Review of the Regulation of Legal Services, the 4th AML directive, and the GDPR also directly impact on our legal and business environment.
So how should the Scottish legal profession to respond to these changes and challenges?
At a time when our profession, our organisations and our clients are becoming more diverse, how do we continue to increase the profession’s dynamism and strength?
Join us as we bring together speakers and delegates from the legal profession, business, politics and civic Scotland to tackle the complex questions and understand the complicated nature of today’s - and tomorrow’s – legal and business landscape.
Hear from our soon to be announced keynote speakers; choose from a variety of talks and panel debates; take part in interactive training sessions and one-to-one advice surgeries; and network with hundreds of fellow legal professions, business leaders and other attendees.
All prices include VAT. Special introductory rate is available until 5 April 2018.
Member: £265.00 (Special introductory rate: £145.75)
New member*: £220.00 (Special introductory rate: £121.00)
Accredited Paralegal: £220.00 (Special introductory rate: £121.00)
Unemployed member: £200.00 (Special introductory rate: £110.00)
Non member: £290.00 (Special introductory rate £159.50)
*New members rate applies to members less than 5 years PQE; trainees and student associates.
The conference will be held at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre (EICC) at 150 Morrison Street, Edinburgh, EH3 8EE.
We're offering a special introductory rate for bookings made by 5 April 2018. Book now to save 45% on the full ticket price. This is a saving of £119.25 for members of the Law Society of Scotland.
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