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Browne Jacobson wins ‘Best Law Firm and Provider Collaboration’ with E3 Compliance at the LETG Awards 2019

17 July 2019
‘Best Law Firm and Provider Collaboration’ with E3 Compliance at the LETG Awards 2019

National law firm Browne Jacobson has received a top Learning and Development award for its collaboration with E3 Compliance Training on its risk and compliance learning programme for the second year in a row.

Natasha Speight, Learning & Knowledge Advisor at Browne Jacobson and Steve Brett of E3 Compliance were jointly presented with the award at the Legal Education & Training Group (LETG) Awards 2019 by Jan Holmes of the LETG committee.

Jan said during the presentation:

“The judges were impressed with the way this potentially dry topic was approached in an innovative and responsive way with good examples of co-inventing between the law firm and the provider.

"There was really nice integration between L&D and the firm’s existing processes. They liked the gamification aspect of the learning solution and were particularly impressed by the algorithm to individual scores.

"They also thought the winners were particularly brave to be at the leading edge of this initiative whilst being willing to collaborate with other firms once the concept was proven.”

With over 500 members across the UK which includes a majority of the top 100 law firms, the LETG Awards celebrates organisations for their commitment and best practice approach to learning and development excellence.

The firm, who was shortlisted alongside three other law firms including Bird&Bird, Reed Smith and Michelmores, launched the collaboration with E3 just two years ago with a trial of an anti-money laundering course. The success of this then led to both organisations developing and delivering a full comprehensive compliance training programme for the firm. This was an innovative approach to compliance training as it used methods from mobile phone games to deliver an engaging employee experience. Over the last two years, Browne Jacobson and E3 have developed a close working approach including developing new courses, tailoring existing courses and evaluating new products. This has extended beyond just training with the E3 delivering insights into knowledge and knowledge gaps at an individual and team level and the integration of this into Browne Jacobson’s risk management approach.

Claire Stripp, Head of Talent & Knowledge at Browne Jacobson said:

“I am thrilled that the firm and E3 have been recognised for this unique and successful collaborative approach which encourages full employee engagement with risk and compliance.  

"It is our ambition to continue to innovate our learning and development strategy in order to support the needs of the business in an ever changing landscape and the close working relationship with E3 where we solve problems and learn lessons together will be key to us achieving that.”

Steve Brett, co founder at E3 Compliance Training said:

“Winning this award in collaboration with Browne Jacobson is a fantastic recognition of the hard work and dedication both of our teams put into ensuring that our compliance training is engaging, fun and relevant. We are excited for what the future holds as we continue to innovate and explore the possibilities of training through new and emerging technologies.”

E3 Compliance Training develop courses that are built around the principles of memory retention and gamification. These courses prove that training can be fun and engaging for the learner and offer analytics and insights into the learners’ knowledge that firms can use in their risk management. All of E3’s courses are available on web browsers and mobile devices.

Browne Jacobson won the award last year for their Lead Generation and Conversion Programme.


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