Day One
Introduction

Session 1: Defining Quality and Competence in Legal Services

Session 2: Good Lawyers Making Bad Decisions – Using Risk Focused Regulation to Support the Good and Prevent the Bad
Supplementary Materials

Session 3: The Impact of International Lawyer Organisations on Regulation
Additional Resources:
Committees of the Center for Professional Responsibility
Policy Initiatives of the Center for Professional Responsibility

Session 4: Supervision of the Legal Profession
Additional Resources:
South Africa’s Regulatory System
The Netherlands’ Regulatory System
Victoria – Legal Regulation Timeline Diagram
Victoria – Roles of Bodies under the Uniform Law

Day Two

Session 5: The Legal Regulator’s Role in Combating Money Laundering and FATF Mutual Evaluation
Additional Resources:
Good Practice Guidance for Lawyers in Detecting and Combating Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing
A Lawyer’s Guide to Detecting and Preventing Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing
Client Due Diligence for Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing
Mutual Evaluation Report United States 2016
ABA Letter to Hearing on Stopping Terrorist Finance
ABA Letter to Hearing on Beneficial Ownership

Break Out One: Transparency and Trust

Break Out Two: Moving Client Trust Funds Away from Lawyers to Third Parties
Additional Resources:
CARPA
2015 Delaware Supreme Court Certificate of Compliance
Analysis of the Handling of Client Money in Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong and New Zealand
Analysis of the Handling of Client Money in England and Wales, Scotland, Ireland, Northern Ireland and South Africa
Analysis of the Handling of Client Money in The Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and France
Analysis of the Handling of Client Money in the United States and Canada
Modernizing IOLTA Using Bitcoin’s Blockchain Technology
Compensation Fund – Can we learn from France? Law Society Gazette article 6 July 2009
What is the CARPA?
Delaware Lawyers’ Fund for Client Protection Audit Program
ABA 2014 – 2016 Survey of Lawyers’ Funds for Client Protection
20150720_Proposals_For_Alternatives_To_The_Handling_Of_Client_Money

Break Out Three: Lawyers and #MeToo – The Role of Regulators
Additional Resources:
NDA paper
Sexual Harrassment in the Workplace Inquiry
Bullying and Harrassment in the Legal Profession
Independent Review of Russell McVeagh

Session 6: The Implications of New Technology for the Legal Market and How Lawyers are Using it Now
Additional Resources:
SRA Innovate

Session 7: The Implications of AI for Legal Regulators
Additional Resources:
UK Regulator Looking to Use A.I., Machine-learning to Enforce Financial Compliance
Artificial Intelligence in Regulatory Technology – 5 Current Applications