Upon completion of this module, participants will be able to identify and act in accordance with the core duties of professional conduct and professional ethics.
- The Principles – Lawyers need to be familiar with the solicitors regulations and in particular the mandatory SRA principles.
- The Code of Conduct
- Duties and responsibilities owed to clients
- Running of the business
- Interacting with the Regulator
- Duties to others
- Money Laundering
- Financial Services
- Solicitors Accounts
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