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The role of the deputy COLP

Partner Richard Turnor and senior associate Corinne Staves explore the role of the deputy COLP (compliance officer for legal practice) to ensure compliance with the Solicitors Regulation Authority handbook and outcomes focused regulation, in an article published in The Lawyer.

With the kind permission of The Lawyer, click here to read the article in full.

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