We work in partnership with carefully selected commercial organisations that have identified offers and opportunities that may be relevant to our members in the current challenging time. We'll update this list when we hear of other offers that may help you and your business.
Remote working and cybersecurity: Mitigo
Our partner Mitigo provides guidance on how to stay secure while video-conferencing:
Business continuity: Clio
Clio is partnering with experts to discuss, share their insights during webinars and answer questions live on the following areas:
- the financial, mental wellness, and technological support available to UK law firms – Wednesday 29 April, 11am
- vital tools for running a law firm remotely – Wednesday 6 May, 11am
- managing cash flow and business continuity – Wednesday 13 May, 11am
- introduction to mindfulness – Wednesday 20 May, 11am
Financial assistance for law firms and legal businesses: Clio
Clio has launched a $1 million COVID-19 Legal Relief Initiative. It's providing financial aid, subsidised legal technology, and educational support to the global legal community.
If you or someone you know is in need of assistance, visit the initiative page to learn more or apply.
Learning and development: SIFA Professional
The 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.
Cash flow management: Armstrong Watson
Armstrong Watson provides information on cash flow and top tips to help you deal with the challenges ahead.
Remote working and conferencing platforms: Cisco
CISCO is offering members free access and advice on using and maximising the benefits of its webex conferencing platform.
Free online secure portal: Safelink
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.
Staying GDPR-safe while remote working: Briefed
Briefed is offering free webinars for Law Society members to help them stay GDPR-safe while remote working. increase in cyber-attacks. 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
Business development or marketing advice: Dutch BD
Dutch BD is offering marketing and business development support for free from its large network of experts.
Mitigate your trust investment losses: Tavistock Law
Tavistock Financial Planner Laurence Daly explains six things trustees should be considering now to help manage beneficiary expectations and keep risk profiles healthy.
Financial planning during COVID-19: Wesleyan Bank
Has your or your household's financial situation been impacted by coronavirus? From furlough and reduced hours, to reduced travel costs and general outgoings, few households have been left untouched. Wesleyan Bank understands that tackling finances during uncertain times can often seem like an insurmountable task, and so has adapted its financial reviews to focus on staying on top of your finances right now. You can book a no obligation, personal, one hour session by emailing email@example.com.
Wesleyan Bank’s new guide gives advice for law firms on working in the current environment and financial planning during these unprecedented times.
AI platforms for the legal profession: Luminance
Luminance is offering access to daily virtual demonstrations, and regular ‘virtual roundtables’ on the most pressing topics.
Supporting children with their mental health: Bupa
Bupa asked some of its GPs to share tips and advice on how to support children with their mental health during the current pandemic.
Secure communication tool: the Link App
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.