Legal professionals in the City make up a large segment of our membership. We work on your behalf to influence:
Our successes in this region include:
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Einat Sohar - Relationship manager
Telephone: 020 8049 3818
Helen Lee - Relationship management executive
Telephone: 020 8049 3859
You can also contact your local council members for the City of London. They represent the profession within their constituency and deal with any issues or problems in their area.
Paul Barnes: email@example.com
Salome Coker: firstname.lastname@example.org
Simon Davis: email@example.com
Christopher Digby-Bell: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ed Crosse: email@example.com
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We discuss the latest issues around ethics and compliance.
Simon Thomson looks at how coronavirus is affecting professional indemnity insurance and explains our work in this area.
Valerie Robertson summarises the key pro bono guidance available for City firms on coronavirus (COVID-19).
Rachel Brushfield considers how lockdown could be an opportunity to focus on the changes you want to make in your life and career.
We discuss how we can all support our mental health and wellbeing during remote working and periods of stress.
We catch up with Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner Partner and Deputy High Court Judge, Tim Smith.
We've asked HM Revenue & Customs whether they would consider deferring the commencement dates of the DAC 6 and the Trust Registration Service rules in the UK.
The chancellor has announced the government's intention to introduce a new levy on anti-money laundering-regulated businesses (including law firms).
We're looking at future trends and possibilities to examine what legal work, client needs, and law firm business models might look like in the future.
We speak to Hannah Bignell, trainee solicitor at Fieldfisher LLP and Junior Lawyers Division committee member.
Paul Barnes: firstname.lastname@example.org Salome Coker Simon Davis: email@example.com Christopher Digby-Bell: firstname.lastname@example.org Ed Crosse: email@example.com
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