Conveyancing – compulsory group study


  • Essential information on conveyancing pitfalls
  • Lenders’ claims – where are we now?
  • Hot Topics for Conveyancing solicitors in 2023
  • Anti-Money Laundering – latest guidance and Law Society NI Annual Report.

Presented by

Mr Gary Thompson FCII CIP

Gary was a Senior Vice President at Marsh Limited where he had direct responsibility for managing all claims and circumstances notified by law firms insured under the Law Society of Northern Ireland Compulsory Professional Indemnity Insurance Master Policy Scheme. He managed all claims and circumstances under a substantial claims handling delegated authority. He provided advice to insured firms at the notification stage and where appropriate instructed a panel firm in the defence of a claim. He was responsible for setting reserves and deciding on liability and litigation tactics. Gary has prepared risk management articles for publication in the Writ and was instrumental in developing a coherent risk management strategy that involved delivering risk advice to solicitors throughout Northern Ireland. It is recognised the strategy has resulted in increased risk awareness and controls within the legal profession resulting in an improving claims experience and improved risk profile. Gary has a unique insight and knowledge of the risks faced by the Northern Ireland legal profession that may result in professional indemnity claims. He has an unrivalled understanding of what practical steps can be taken by firms to mitigate the insurable risks they face.

Recognising the regulatory challenges faced by Northern Ireland law firms particularly in relation to Anti-Money Laundering Gary has successfully completed the Law Society of Scotland specialist AML Certification Course in order to assist firms understanding the fundamentals of AML compliance and grow in confidence in their approach to meeting the requirements of the UK Money Laundering Regulations. 

Gary also provides expert witness opinion to insurers and policyholders on a range of insurance coverage disputes to include solicitors professional liability.

Date, Time and Venue

Available on YouTube from Monday 18 December 2023

Who Should Attend?

All solicitors in N Ireland who undertake, or are involved in, any conveyancing transactions

Why Attend

To update your knowledge of conveyancing and comply with the Law Society NI CPD requirements for 2023

What Will The Seminar do for you?

You will have your three hours of compulsory Conveyancing CPD

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  • Please reserve the following place/s on the seminars you would like to attend*

    Practising solicitors need two hours of Risk Management, three hours of Conveyancing if you are in any way involved, and five hours of legal topics making a total of ten hours in group study. .
  • Conveyancing - compulsory group study
  • Price: £ 259.00
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