We consult with our members to understand your education and learning needs. We use our brand, resources and influence to ensure you have access to a range of programmes available to meet your needs according to your resources.
Our education and learning offering is here to:
This two-day course provides an in-depth understanding of Lexcel England and Wales v6.1 and what evidence is required to meeting the Standard requirements
The Junior Lawyers’ Handbook is the comprehensive career guide for every new lawyer making the transition from student to legal professional.
This event offers advice and support to mature students aspiring to become solicitors, including advice to help you identify key skills that can be transferred to the legal profession.
This event will provide an opportunity for trainee solicitors, mulling their post-training contract options, to gain insight from a career coach who specialises in offering guidance to final seat trainees who miss out on internal jobs.
Becoming an organisation administrator allows you to bulk purchase training and allocate it to all staff in your firm who need to take Conveyancing Quality Scheme training.
We're launching new guidance, resources and services to help you with career development and resilience.
Our Career Skills sessions in June and July 2019 offer one-to-one support for solicitors with 0-3 years PQE.
This workshop will introduce you to the concept of managed career development - your opportunity to take control of your future direction.
Many people find business networking daunting, and for LGBT+ people it has added complications. Our tips will help you get the most from networking events.
This episode of 'In Conversation with…' looks at legal writing styles with Daphne Perry, trainer, writer, consultant and co-author of Clarity for Lawyers, 3rd edition.
This episode of 'In Conversation with…' takes a look at marketing with Rachel Brushfield, author of Smarter Legal Marketing. Rachel is joined by Millie Patel, head of marketing and communications at the Law Society.
The Law Society has backed a new and innovative education resource aimed at those considering a career in law.
One letter out of place on a contract or deal could spell disaster and damage your reputation. A lawyer's life is full of pressure: to keep up with changes in the law, to be completely accurate, to bring in more business.
When you are considering a career move of any kind, one of the most effective activities is to get out in the field, talk to a range of people and gather information from them.
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In early 2020, we’ll be launching a new digital learning environment.
Our initial focus will be on compliance and in-house content, but we’ll be broadening our offering in the future and all expressions of interest are welcome.
If you’d like to write or review digital education content for the platform, email your CV to Chris Walsh with an outline of your specialisms and any previous experience in producing material for subject specific and digital audiences.
Additional training will be provided.