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Catch up on policy research, learn more about contextualised recruitment, hear what students and trainees have to say and take part in discussion at this free event hosted with Edinburgh Napier University.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) introduces substantial changes to data protection legislation and its application. This full day course assumes a basic knowledge of data protection and will consider the guidance which has emerged so far and a GDPR action plan will be discussed.
Join Alan D Stuart from Stuart & Co for an introduction to negotiating and drafting IT contracts and meet colleagues from across the country.
Join Alistair Sloan of Inksters for a presentation on preparing for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Join us to look at the key developments in debt recovery. You will also have the opportunity to review the simple procedure and its future; gain knowledge on the Accountant in Bankruptcy and its proposals on how to enhance the Debt Arrangement Scheme; and consider the potential implications of Brexit.
Working in the legal sector inevitably means that we need to deal with challenges and problems on a near daily basis. It might be one overwhelming issue or a constant wave of smaller setbacks that conspire against us, undermine our confidence and make us question our competence and ability to prevail. Hence the need for us to explore the strategies that we might adopt to build resilience and cope with the setbacks that thwart our efforts.
Join Euan Faulds from Bellwether Green for an introduction to the GDPR and the opportunity to network with your fellow sole practitioners.
The Data Protection and GDPR roadshow will provide you with a firm grasp of what you need to know to be GDPR ready.
Returning at a critical time in Scottish adult incapacity law, this conference is a must for every solicitor involved in adult incapacity work.
Explore the unique set of challenges faced by in-house lawyers in this interesting, interactive course specially designed for those who have recently taken on an in-house role.
Join Tim Musson, Director of Computer Law Training, as he covers the main obligations of the GDPR to help you prepare for its arrival. This course is designed for those who have little understanding of the GDPR, and are required to find out more regarding its main obligations.
Our law and technology roadshow aims to answer two important questions; how is technology changing the legal profession, and what do I need to know to manage these changes?