We all know that client care information is required for each of our retainers with clients.
We also know that sometimes practitioners forget to send out all of the required information in the form specified by the Rules, or clients deny seeing it or the documentation does not cover the issues that are likely to arise.
What should you do in those circumstances? Do barristers need to send client care information even if they have an instructing solicitor? If so, what should it look like?
- Understand the ambit of our professional obligations and what is expected.
- Learn about the issues your client care information terms of engagement should cover, including the aspect of waiver.
- Receive practical advice about how barristers should approach this issue and how to best deal with it.
- Share ideas about approaches that work and those that don’t.
Who should view?
This session is applicable to all legal practitioners, especially sole practitioners and barristers sole.
When and Where