Caroline Wallace, Strategy Director at the Legal Services Board, talks to Regulation Matters about consumer-facing issues and what will be expected of legal professionals and legal regulation of the future.
Elizabeth Prochaska from the Equality & Human Rights Commission gives guidance and recommendations for victims and employers in relation to sexual harassment in the workplace.
Chris Bones, Executive Chair of the CILEx Group, wants to change the face of law for the public and to ensure an accessible route into the profession. Discover his other plans and ambitions for the organisation.
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Eddie Goldsmith, chairman of the Conveyancing Association, discusses the Department for Communities and Local Government's recent Call for Evidence on improving the home buying and selling process in the UK.
John Kunzler, Senior Vice President of Financial and Professional Risks at insurance broker Marsh, talks to CILEx Regulation CEO Helen Whiteman about the latest cyber-security scams.
Rob Powell, Chief Executive Officer at the Legal Ombudsman, reveals details of LeO's 2018-2019 Business Plan and explains his main focus for the coming years.
The Solicitors Regulation Authority published its latest diversity data figures in January 2018. Based on those findings, Executive Director Jane Malcolm discusses how the legal profession's make-up is changing, upcoming diversity events, and the SRA's top tips for promoting diversity within law firms.
Rachel Tombs, solicitor for 15 years and founder of legal-marketing and business-development consultancy Links2Leads, gives law firms the "dos and don'ts" for engaging with clients and consumers using social media.
Helen Whiteman, CEO of CILEx Regulation, talks to Helen Phillips, Interim Chair of the Legal Services Board, about how the LSB's work impacts legal regulators, practitioners and consumers.
Helen Whiteman interviews Chair of the Office for Legal Complaints, Wanda Goldwag, to find out about the work of the OLC and how far it has progressed with a "root-and-branch" review of the complaints process at the Legal Ombudsman.
Sarah Phippen qualified as a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives in 2012. She discusses the CILEx Regulation's Criminal Practice Rights Course with Regulation Matters.
LawCare is dedicated to promoting and supporting good mental health and wellbeing in the legal community. Its CEO, Elizabeth Rimmer, tells Regulation Matters all about the charity and its involvement in World Mental Health Day.
Chartered Legal Executive Advocate Gary Claeys explains to Regulation Matters how gaining CILEx Regulation Advocacy Rights has enhanced his professional status and transformed his role as personal injury lawyer.
If you’re unsure of how “planned activities”, “unplanned activities” and “professionalism” can count towards your outcomes-based CPD, Helen Whiting, CILEx Regulation’s Practitioner Authorisation and Supervision Manager, and Danielle Ingle, Practitioner Officer can help.
Angela Tyrrell became a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives in July 2017. Here she tells CILEx Regulation about her path to Fellowship.
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It's hard to believe that it has been a whole year since we last celebrated and promoted Mental Health Awareness Week. It runs from 13 May this year and many individuals and organisations are getting involved with events and activities across the UK. The theme is body image; how we think and feel about our bodies. Helen Whiteman, CEO of CILEx Regulation, shares her thoughts.
Each year on 7 April, countries from across all continents celebrate World Health Day. Originally founded at the time the World Health Organization (WHO) came into being over 50 years ago, this annual celebration highlights a particular health theme. For 2019, the theme is universal health coverage which is about ensuring all people and communities have access to quality health services where and when they need them, without suffering financial hardship.