This course will help break through financial jargon to interpret account statements and balance sheets. We will look to explain budget control and accurate forecasting, effective cost-management, how to understand company accounts and cash flow statements as well as how to make a business case for investment.
Join us this January as we look at the sentencing young people guideline coming into effect 26 January 2022, and what this means for your clients.
This course is specifically designed for those who have recently moved in-house in both the public and private sectors, and aims to support and guide new in-house solicitors or those going into a solo legal counsel role or a small in-house team.
Join us online for a 1-hour live seminar for practical guidance and updates on the key issues and considerations that you need to keep in mind around personal injury insurance and professional negligence claims following the COVID-19 pandemic.
Over the two mornings, our expert speakers will bring to you key legal updates, strategic insights and practical guidance on challenging issues affecting your employment law practice.
Whether you work in-house or in private practice, this seminar will guide you through the important issues and discuss the present and future impacts of ESG on the legal sector.
The course does not require a risk management background and promotes an easily accessible approach to risk decision making. It is suitable for both in-house lawyers and those who manage risk in private practice.
We're running this free, online event to hear from men in the legal profession about mental health. This is an opportunity to discuss the challenges men face, the stigma around mental health and, most importantly, make progress by having a conversation.
Join us for online for a deep-dive into the landscape of emotional intelligence for enhanced performance.
This online training has been designed to support new applicants through the competency-based selection process used when making judicial appointments.
The course assumes little or no previous knowledge of data protection and will emphasise practical aspects of compliance and cover, in a practical context, the UK GDPR, the Data Protection Act 2018 and the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations 2003.
Join our expert speakers for the latest updates on family law and practice, insight into recent cases and decisions, and practical guidance on the matters that most affect your day-to-day work.