Coronavirus (COVID-19): practical support for your business, family and finances
We work in partnership with carefully selected organisations that have identified offers and opportunities to help you navigate the process of returning to a ‘new normal’.
We'll update this list when we hear of other offers that may help you and your business.
Business continuity and COVID-19
Clio is partnering with experts to share insights through on-demand webinars on the following areas:
Insight Legal is a leading independent provider of software for solicitors.
Financial planning during a pandemic
Armstrong Watson provides information on cash flow and top tips to help you deal with the challenges ahead.
Andy Poole from Armstrong Watson has written an article exploring the succession options for law firms post-COVID.
Remote working, GDPR, and cybersecurity
Safelink is offering Law Society members a free online secure portal within which you and your team can securely share documents with colleagues or clients.
Attract, retain and service more business for your law firm. The Link App gives you the tools on any device to instantly transform your client experience. In the current environment with the effects of COVID-19 and its impact on the world of work, the product is being offered to law firms for free.
Sophisticated cyber stings are no longer focused in businesses – many of us are now being targeted at home, making us all the more vulnerable as we work remotely.
Briefed is offering free webinars for Law Society members to help them stay GDPR-safe while remote working. These interactive webinars last about one hour for up to 50 attendees. Topics include:
- working – real life data breaches
- common security risks and how to manage them
- crisis management
Our partner Mitigo provides guidance on how to stay secure while video-conferencing:
Cisco is offering members free access and advice on using and maximising the benefits of its Webex conferencing platform.
Learning and development
The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) conducted a thematic review of the new ‘continued competence’ regime recently, so now is an excellent time to reflect on this and catch up on reading and knowledge.
Read SIFA Professional's articles on:
Graham Pembrey from Bupa discusses wellbeing for legal professionals: How do staff in the legal sector feel about their wellbeing at work?