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:
How to become a solicitor by taking a law degree.
To become a solicitor, you must complete the Legal Practice Course (LPC) prior to qualifying.
Everyone who wants to become a solicitor must complete the same requirements for the academic stage of training.
Read the latest research in our survey on in-house solicitor earnings for 2015
In advance of Black History Month, Jerry Garvey and Barbara Whitehorne consider issues around diversity in the legal profession, and explain what the Law Society is doing to help.
Richard Heinrich looks at the seven deadly sins of writing legal documents.
Having your training contract terminated is a difficult situation to be in and you need to know what to do next.
Rachel Brushfield explains the role that effective internal communication plays in building employee engagement, and provides a host of tips for employers.
Are you a judge thinking about the next stage in your career? Read about about the circuit judge selection exercises the Judicial Appointments Commission (JAC) will launch in September.
We are faced with working in multi-generational workplaces, with wide workforce diversity.
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