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Fifth Annual Strategic Risk Management Conference

16th March 2009

Conference, 16th March 2009
Masterclass, 17th March 2009

www.thelawyerconferences.com

In today's climate, the success of your firm depends on navigating two key areas of strategic risk - regulatory changes and the state of the economy. An intensive one day conference and one day masterclass at The Lawyer's fifth annual Strategic Risk Management event will provide answers as well as cutting edge knowledge to take your strategy to the next level, meet regulatory compliance issues and reduce the risks in professional conduct and governance strategy.

Reflecting the issues at the top of your agenda, the conference will discuss practical solutions to pressing regulatory compliance issues and how to progress your initiatives to manage an increasingly sophisticated array of risk facing your firm.

The post conference masterclass will focus on managing conflicts in major law firms. Expertly led by Frank Maher, Sue Mawdsley and Francis Dingwall, Partners in Legal Risk LLP, this practical session will focus in particular on legal and commercial conflicts, covering problem issues in M&A, IP, employment and international practice.

This is the leading risk conference where you will hear relevant strategies enabling you to work smarter, reduce risk and ultimately increase revenue. Can you afford to miss out on this unique learning and networking event?

For further information or to register:
Call +44 (0) 20 7970 4351
Email anna.knight@centaur.co.uk
Visit www.thelawyerconferences.com

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