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On the 90th anniversary of the Donoghue v Stevenson we will bring together lawyers from across the globe to discuss the impact of this foundational case.
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.
These workshops focus on core skills for both your written and oral advocacy needs. Designed to assist solicitor advocates refine their techniques and enhance effectiveness in the course of their practice; they remain equally relevant to solicitors who are involved in litigation and wish to refresh or refine their written and oral advocacy skills to an advanced level or work towards qualifying for higher rights of audience.
Whether you are new to mediation, wish to refresh your understanding or are looking for an opportunity to enhance your effectiveness as a mediation advocate, we have something for everyone.
Whether you are new to drafting pleadings, wish to refresh your understanding or are looking for an opportunity to refine your techniques and enhance effectiveness in your pleadings, we have something for everyone!
Join us across two morning for key legal updates, strategic insight and practical debate facilitated by leading in-house counsel. We will discuss the key issues, upcoming challenges and unique opportunities facing the in-house community.
This online training has been designed to support new applicants through the competency-based selection process used when making judicial appointments.
Join us across two afternoons to hear from conveyancing experts and meet with peers and colleagues to explore the latest developments and discuss the core challenges in various areas of property law practice.
As the commercial property sector continues to recover from the turbulence of the past two years, join us for our Commercial Leasing Update Seminar.
Our annual sole practitioner and high street firm conference returns to bring you a vital pool of information, delivered in an accessible manner to support you to stay abreast of current issues and benefit from insights on specialised practice points that are most relevant to the current work on your desk.
With a mix of scenario-based sessions and examples of good and poor practice, we will discuss effective ways to identify, assess, manage and prevent the risks of money laundering and financial crime.