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Updated guidance on outsourcing arrangements

Sep 29, 2018, 21:51 PM
Law Society, outsourcing arrangements, guidance, practice note
The Law Society has issued updated guidance for solicitors and practices who are thinking about entering into, or who have already entered into, an outsourcing arrangement.
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The Law Society has issued updated guidance for solicitors and practices who are thinking about entering into, or who have already entered into, an outsourcing arrangement.

Outsourcing is a growth area in legal service delivery. The updated practice note provides you with an overview of the outsourcing requirements in the SRA Code and includes information on:
  • the SRA Handbook;
  • examples of outsourcing activities;
  • confidentiality;
  • management of your practice;
  • risk assessment; and
  • equality and diversity.
Click here to read the updated guidance.

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