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14 May 2019

The new Core Practice Management Standards (CPMS) for members of the Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS) took effect on 1 May 2019.

We have produced a series of podcasts explaining the changes made to the scheme.

Introduction to CQS

Rachel Hawkins introduces the Conveyancing Quality Scheme and outlines some of the changes made to the scheme in 2019.

This content is suitable for both existing members of the accreditation and for organisations considering applying for accreditation with the Conveyancing Quality Scheme.

Speaker

  • Rachel Hawkins, head of accreditations at the Law Society

Listen to the podcast:

Listen to "Introduction to CQS" on Spreaker.

Update to the Core Practice Management Standards

Peter Rodd and Atif Ali set out why the CQS Core Practice Management Standards were updated and provide information and support on the risk management requirements and the new standard relating to SDLT and LTT.

Speakers

  • Peter Rodd, Law Society Council member for residential property
  • Atif Ali, accreditations technical manager at the Law Society

Listen to the podcast:

Listen to "Updates to the Core Practice Management Standards" on Spreaker.

Supervision and operational risk management

Peter Rodd and Rachel Hawkins look at the supervision and operational risk management elements of the CQS Core Practice Management Standards.

Speakers

  • Peter Rodd, Law Society Council member for residential property
  • Rachel Hawkins, head of accreditations at the Law Society

Listen to the podcast:

Listen to "Supervision and operational risk management" on Spreaker.

File and case management

Peter Rodd and Atif Ali look at the file and case management elements of the CQS Core Practice Management Standards.

Speakers

  • Peter Rodd, Law Society Council member for residential property
  • Atif Ali, accreditations technical manager at the Law Society

Listen to the podcast:

Listen to "File and case management" on Spreaker.

Desk-based assessments and onsite visits

Peter Rodd and Atif Ali outline what you need to know about the new desk-based assessments and onsite visits, which have been introduced in 2019.

They set out what you and your firm need to expect if selected for an additional assessment, and the possible outcomes following assessment.

Speakers

  • Peter Rodd, Law Society Council member for residential property
  • Atif Ali, accreditations technical manager at the Law Society

Listen to the podcast:

Listen to "Desk-based assessments and onsite visits" on Spreaker.

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