Internet Newsletter for Lawyers

The latest issue of the Internet Newsletter for Lawyers is now published. Print subscribers will receive their print issues shortly.

In this issue:

  • Access to justice – Roger Smith reviews the early setbacks in A2J technology and looks at the factors driving the next phase of development
  • Legal jobs – Delia Venables and guests review the approaches to legal recruitment and seeking legal jobs online
  • Websites – Andrew Gray of Conscious Solutions assesses the impact of the GDPR on websites
  • Artificial intelligence – Alex Heshmaty of Legal Words walks us through the technologies and current applications of AI in legal
  • Publishers – Recent developments in online publishing from Thomson Reuters and LexisNexis
  • Courts – Susan Acland-Hood, CEO of HMCTS, explains achievements to date in HMCTS’ reform programme

Access the Newsletter online

Barristers: complete your CPD for 2017

Barristers must soon complete their CPD for 2017 and be able to declare that they have done so. Are you in a position to do so?

Review our Guidance on the Bar Standards Board CPD requirements and make sure you have complied. If you have not yet complied, we can help you do so, simply and efficiently, with our CPD 2017 service.

Using our Internet for Lawyers CPD 2017 service you can quickly and easily create a Plan, undertake selected courses and keep the appropriate Records for BSB compliance purposes.

Our courses guide you, via online articles and exercises, through the legal resources and tools available, help you understand the internet and the legal issues it raises and assist you in the practical application of internet services to your legal practice.

A CPD 2017 service subscription is £120+VAT. For groups of 5 or more members, £60+VAT per member.

Sign up online now. And please tell a colleague!

Solicitors continuing competence

We’ve also published Guidance for solicitors on the Continuing Competence requirements.

Thanks to those who signed up to our 2017 service.

Enjoy the Newsletter.

Nick Holmes and Delia Venables

 

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