There are several implications of breaching your data protection obligations as a solicitor. These include a £500,000 fine, a criminal record, irreparable damage to professional reputation or the loss of your job or practice.
This session will look at:
Understanding what your obligations really are:
Data Protection legislation is complex. This session will set it in a context that is genuinely relevant to a solicitor, using real life examples to enhance understanding of this complex field.
Learning what security measures you need to take:
Scare stories of data breaches can make protecting yourself and your firm seem like an overwhelming task. This session will discuss the key actions you can take to increase security in your firm, and to protect the firm as much as possible.
Knowing what to do if something goes wrong:
Despite best endeavours sometime things go wrong. When it does, you need to act fast to contain the damage. This session will help you put together a plan for such an emergency.
To increase accessibility this session will run on the following dates:
Friday 12 May 2017
Friday 24 November 2017
Attendance at this seminar will fully cover the 2017 Client Care and Practice Management CPD requirement. Any additional Client Care and Practice Management hours gained can be carried over into the General Group Study section.
The sessions will be delivered by Orlagh Kelly, THINKdataprotection.com - a data protection training & consultancy agency which helps lawyers understand and meet their regulatory requirements in data protection through risk assessments and training. Orlagh ran her own legal practice for 12 years before moving into the legal technology field.