Featured in the Manchester Law Society this month is Practice Director Deborah Jackson who was asked about running a busy Manchester Criminal Solicitors Practice during Lockdown.
Her article sets out how the Business Continuity plan has worked. How and the firm and all employees have adapted to working from home, as well coping with family issues like home schooling while working. Many parents believe that children spend too much time online and looking at digital screens. But, Deborah’s conclusion is that lessons have been learned from children and that during the Covid-19 lockdown technology has been instrumental in allow businesses to continue to operate seamlessly.
Deborah is the current Practice Director at Burton Copeland. A role which has kept her busy since she joined Burton Copeland in 2015. She has had a career in finance and practice management spanning 25 years. She is the Compliance Officer for Finance and Administration (COFA). The Senior Reporting Officer (SRO) and Money Laundering Officer (MLRO). She also oversees all office systems, IT and human resources.
Read Deborah’s full article here,