In November we welcomed two partners from Kingsley Napley; Jessica Clay – a partner in the Regulatory team, and Emily Carter – a partner in the Public Law team.
Event write up by Terry Ponsford, regular attendee When I saw the title for the day’s event, and the list of speakers, I wasn’t too sure what to expect. Attending in person proved to be a really good decision, but for those who couldn’t, virtual attendance was also an option.
The theme of this year’s ‘DEG Day’ was accessibility and adaptability.
Our Document Excellence Day panellists – Rachel Baiden and Gill Garrod (Squire Patton Boggs), and Chloe Parfitt and Sally Short (Burges Salmon) outlined the approaches their organisations have taken to adopt changes to improve accessibility. They also shared some helpful resources, which we’re delighted to be able to pass on …
October 11th 2023 is Document Excellence Day. This year we come together to discuss accessibility, and consider how we make our documents accessible to everyone, regardless of abilities, environment and devices.
After a summer recess, we were delighted to to welcome Thomas Zellmann from the PDF Association to speak to us about PDF and PDF/A standards.
This month we came together with ILTA’s Special Interest Group for Education & Training, and LTC4’s Global Digital Learning Network to discuss some some of the key challenges for the training professional.
We all have our lifehacks for saving time and making things easier – the same goes for working on our documents.
As we consider the changes made in every workplace to address Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, we realise the progress we have made is remarkable.
As we don’t have any events scheduled this month, you might want to recap on our January & February events and see if you can pick up any tips you might have missed first time around. The recordings for our recent roundtables, covering working with Microsoft Teams and manipulating PDFs, …