Solicitors' Accounts Manual (Law Society)

Solicitors' Accounts Manual (Law Society)

by Law Society (Author)

Synopsis

Are you compliant with the Solicitors' Accounts Rules? Did you know that approximately a third of Solicitors' Disciplinary Tribunal cases result from financial irregularity and breaches of the Rules? Ensure that your practice has access to the latest version of the Rules with this indispensable manual. It has been fully updated and revised to take account of changes to the Solicitors' Accounts Rules up to 15 January 2008 and the introduction of the new Solicitors' Code of Conduct 2007.Key changes in this edition include: the record keeping requirements for digital images of paid cheques; the updating of all references to the former practice rules and overseas practice rules with reference to the Solicitors' Code of Conduct 2007; and inclusion of the latest version of the Accountant's Report Form (Form AR1). An up-to-date version of the Solicitors' Accounts Rules 1998 is reproduced in full along with relevant extracts from the Solicitors' Code of Conduct 2007. This key reference work will prove invaluable for all those involved in the financial management of solicitors' practices.

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Format: Paperback
Pages: 132
Edition: 9
Publisher: The Law Society
Published: 26 Jul 2004

ISBN 10: 1853289078
ISBN 13: 9781853289071

Media Reviews
'The ninth edition of the Solicitors' Accounts Manual sticks to the formulae used in the previous editions, which were a 'must buy'. This remains a 'must buy'...' New Law Journal, 21st January 2005'Each fee earner and member of the accounts team should possess or have direct access to the updated 9th edition (includes March 2004 updates) which should not be in pristine condition but read assiduously!' Legal Abacus, July/August 2007
Author Bio
Peter Camp is the principal of his own training consultancy, Educational and Professional Services. He is a Visiting Professor of Legal Ethics at the College of Law and is an editor of Cordery on Solicitors as well as the author of Solicitors and Financial Services (Law Society, 2002).