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Education and learning

  • We have consulted and undertaken research with members to understand their needs around education and learning. We will use our brand, resources and influence to ensure members have access to a range of programmes available to meet their needs according to their resources.

    Our education and learning offering is here to support members to:

    • stay current with best practice
    • make optimal career pathway choices so they can learn and develop continuously throughout their careers
    • improve the quality and range of accessible Law Society training that meets members' needs and
    • support leaders in the profession and increase the productivity of solicitors through structured programmes of management and leadership that can be funded by the firms own training levy funds to mitigate the cost of provision.
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  • Interested in being a Law Society speaker, author or content contributor? Please email pdc@lawsociety.org.uk to tell us about your experience, book proposal or how you can become involved in the Law Society’s education and learning initiatives.
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  • Interested in being a Law Society speaker, author or content contributor? Please email pdc@lawsociety.org.uk to tell us about your experience, book proposal or how you can become involved in the Law Society’s education and learning initiatives.