Avoiding a Toxic Compliance Culture
at Your Law Firm


Robust policies, controls and procedures can be enhanced or thwarted depending upon the compliance culture with a firm. In this session, we will be joined by our Head of Risk & Compliance, Kate Burt, and Steve Brett of E3 Compliance Training to discuss the differences between a healthy and a toxic compliance culture and what firms can do to improve.

In this webinar, we explore:

  • What is a “compliance culture” and why is it important?
  • Regulatory expectations
  • Characteristics of a healthy vs toxic culture
  • What firms can do to improve compliance

Kate and Steve run a weekly forum called Compliance for Law Firms, which is regularly attended by compliance professionals from some of the UK’s top law firms. If you work in a legal compliance team and want to join the mailing list for the lunchtime sessions, sign up here.

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Kate Burt, Head of Risk & Compliance, Legl

Kate qualified as a solicitor in 2007 and spent more than a decade as a litigator before finding her niche in law firm risk and compliance. She now advises law firms and RegTech providers nationally in relation to their regulatory obligations with a particular interest in tech innovation. Kate’s work focuses on due diligence and regulatory aspects relating to law firm PII, merger & acquisition, changing legal entity applications and new law firm start-ups.

Steve Brett, Co-founder, E3 Compliance Training

Steve is the co-founder of E3 with a background in finance and the games industry where he saw the engagement driven by games. He founded the E3 team to build an innovative approach to compliance training that combines game mechanics with the latest thinking in the science of learning.

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