The fifth annual London Advice Conference takes place on Tuesday 3 July 2012, at Clifford Chance offices in Canary Wharf.
This event is free for all advisers working in advice centres in London, as well as managers and trustees. The day commences with a keynote speech from Andy Slaughter (Shadow Justice Minister) and Tony Travers (LSE - to be confirmed), before a variety of workshops on issues such as commissioning for value, electronic debt advice, welfare reform update, life after legal aid, discrimination issue, effective social policy and more. The day will be wrapped up by a panel advice looking at the future of advice services in London, with Liz Barclay chairing and Hilary Norman (Cabinet Office), Bharat Mehta (Trust for London), and Lord Bach confirmed for the panel.
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A draft programme for the day is also attached.