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COLP Bleet 16.03.2015

Some interesting developments with respect to training and competence, which is timely given that we are told by the law Society that Generation Y are a new breed with unprecedented career expectations.

The Law Society has also issued a practice note on conflicts of interest. It is a useful summary of the SRA Handbook rules, although it does not add much further guidance above and beyond the Outcomes, other than in respect of conveyancing transactions where the SRA’s additional guidance is also reflected.

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