This comprehensive seminar will keep you updated on all dimensions of your practice from drafting and negotiations, to telecommunications and finance. On completion you will be equipped on how to best advise your clients on complex and over-lapping matters in the sports law sector.
Following the ‘life-cycle’ of a contract, the conference will explore the key issues in contract drafting, negotiation, management and litigation.
During this conference our expert speakers will discuss the latest developments, future scenarios and core challenges in various areas of wills, trusts and executry work, providing you with practical guidance and case law updates throughout the day.
This event will bring together different members of the judiciary for an interactive panel discussion. Join us to find out more about the route to the judiciary.
This seminar will provide a business development session for firms, both with and without marketing departments, to provide advice, tools and guidance on how to benefit from the marketing campaign for business growth that has continued on from the November 2019 'Power of Attorney Day'.
Join us as we explore the latest developments in intellectual property law, from protecting your clients creative rights to insights into GDPR we'll get you up to speed on how to best advise your clients.
Practical, intensive training to guide applicants through the competency-based selection process used when making judicial, quasi-judicial and public appointments, from completing the application form to excelling at interview.
Do you want to know more about a career outside a big firm? Come along to find out about traineeship opportunities in house and with our high street firms.
Join us for a comprehensive update and practical guidance on a variety of key developments related to most areas of personal injury work.
Want to know more about a career outside a big firm? Come along to find out about traineeship opportunities in house and with our high street firms.
This course is for trainee solicitors who are applying for admission during the first year of their traineeship.