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.
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On Tuesday 19 November 12:30 join us as we discuss how the culture and practice of law impacts mental health and the steps you can take to create a mentally healthy workplace.
This free event aims to cover all aspects of preparing for a career in the solicitors’ profession, including tips on completing applications and interview techniques.
New online course, GDPR for managers featuring downloadable checklists and valuable resources from the Law Society and ICO.
Richard Mabey, CEO & co-founder of Juro (contract management software for teams) shares his experience working with customers on getting the most out of your legal tech software.
There's one big thing that's killing our ability to focus and give our work the attention it requires: digital distraction — the overwhelming bombardment of text messages, emails, pop-ups, news feeds, and updates from which it is almost impossible to hide.
Is hitting a plateau in your career a cause for complaint or complacency? It could be a reason for celebration.
Four months into continuing competence, some firms are introducing draconian, bureaucratic processes to comply under the new regime. And that means they are unnecessarily making a rod for their own back, says Melissa Hardee.
I am in my thirties, the proud owner of a mortgage, and as much as I hate to admit it, it has taken me far too long to qualify.
Information on legal training and education
The Law Society has backed a new and innovative education resource aimed at those considering a career in law.
Kayleigh Leonie asks whether the offer of a cheaper route into the profession is too good to be true.
I have just completed the LPC. It is demanding and expensive, so not something to undertake on a whim. I was seeking change and challenge in my professional life and felt that law would provide me with both. The blend of academic rigour and the practical element of responding to clients' needs was particularly attractive to me.
Robert Bourns considers different career paths taken by four in-house lawyers, and looks at what lessons can be learned from their experiences.
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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.