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Updated guidance on outsourcing arrangements

Sep 29, 2018, 21:51 PM
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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.
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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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