Upcoming events

We organise and take part in a wide range of events and conferences. Come and meet us to find out more about what we’re doing. If you would like to invite an SRA speaker to your event, please fill in our speaker request form.

Upcoming events and conferences in which we'll be participating are listed below. To book a place or find out more about non-SRA events, please contact the organisers directly.

January 2017

Innovation and the business of law: technology, regulation, client services and new business models

  • Date

    25 January 2017
  • Location

  • SRA Speaker

    Crispin Passmore
As the legal sector responds to trends in new technologies and business structures, this seminar will assess the future provision of legal services in England and Wales - focusing on the next steps for competition and innovation.

March 2017

Insurance Fraud Conference

  • Date

    6 March 2017
  • Location

    Radisson Blu Portman, London
  • SRA Speaker

    Crispin Passmore
The Insurance Fraud Conference, organized by the FC Business Intelligence will take place on 6th March 2017 at the Radisson Blu Portman in London, United Kingdom. Over 25 Speakers from Europe’s leading Insurers and key collaborating industry bodies will share their practical fraud and financial crime insights. Fraud Expertise across Claims, Underwriting, Investigations, Sales, and Analytics. Crispin Passmore will be speaking about 'Combatting professionally enabled fraud: the SRA's approach'.

Legalex 2017: Innovating the business behind law

  • Date

    28 March 2017 to 29 March 2017
  • Location

    ExCeL London, Royal Victoria Dock, 1 Western Gateway, London E16 1XL
  • SRA Speaker

    Paul Philip

Legalex is a legal event designed for the most ambitious law firms and professionals looking to discover the latest innovations that will make them more competitive. And tickets are free when you register from their website.

On the 28 and 29 March, those in attendance will meet over 150 of the most innovative suppliers, sit-in on 120 hours of seminars, take advantage of one-on-one advice from industry experts, and benefit from the unparalleled networking opportunities. The SRA will be exhibiting there and SRA Chief Executive Paul Philip will be speaking.

To discover more about this event and book your free ticket, register here using the link on the right

May 2017

IMLPO: Equip for Change - an essential conference for financial crime prevention professionals

  • Date

    9 May 2017 to 10 May 2017
  • Location

    Crowne Plaza, Stratford upon Avon
  • SRA Speaker

    James Dipple-Johnstone
This conference organised by the Institute of Money Laundering Prevention Officers (IMLPO) is ideal for professionals responsible for the prevention of money laundering and financial crime, counter terrorist financing, and anti bribery & corruption drawn from all parts of the regulated sectors. Delegates include financial services firms, lawyers, accountants, gambling / gaming, money service businesses, high value goods dealers, as well as law enforcement, regulators, supervisors and government representatives from across the UK. SRA Director of Investigation and Supervision, James Dipple-Johnstone will be speaking at the event.

ARK Group: Anti-Money Laundering Compliance for Law Firms

  • Date

    11 May 2017
  • Location

    De Vere Holborn Bars, 138-142 Holborn, London, EC1N 2NQ
  • SRA Speaker

    James Dipple-Johnstone

This one-day compliance conference organised by Ark Group focuses on anti-money laundering regulation for legal services businesses. Now advertising its 13th programme, this conference will clarify the evolving compliance challenges facing legal services businesses, including up-to-date guidance on the 4th Money Laundering Directive and changes to the consent regime. James Dipple-Johnstone, Director of Supervisions and Investigations will be there to give an update on SRA activities including:

  • Financial Action Task Force (FATF) Mutual Evaluation 2018
  • SRA thematic review
  • Findings from the SRA Risk Outlook
  • Updated on SRA investment schemes