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In association with the University of Strathclyde, we annually help thousands of professionals to enhance their skills, develop their expertise and meet their training needs and CPD requirements.View our comprehensive suite of legal training below:
The Scots Law Autumn Series takes a look at the essential recent developments across multiple sectors as the post-pandemic landscape begins to emerge. Ensure not only that you are up to date but also how you can best assist your clients.
Central Law Training is a leading provider of specialist paralegal training, pioneering the concept over 20 years ago.
Over 9000 paralegals have already qualified with us. Boost your career in a maximum of 18 months, and probably less, with a career focused programme of study that gives you skills you can immediately apply to your current role.
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Our courses are accredited by leading law school, the University of Strathclyde and receive consistently high feedback.
We design and deliver tailored training to an extensive client list that includes city firms, high street solicitors, local and national government, regulatory bodies and companies across a range of sectors.
As the largest legal CPD provider in the country , we annually provide over 350 training events, including face-to-face and online courses, webinars, and the industry-leading Scots Law- the Convention Series - the most prestigious training, networking and exhibition series of events in the Scottish legal calendar.
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With the Brexit transition period ending and EEA free movement of people ending in the UK, there have been a number of changes to the UK visa rules that practitioners need to be aware of.
In this webinar, Jamie Kerr will consider the impact of Brexit on the UK immigration rules and will looking at some of the recent changes that now encompass EEA and non-EEA nationals.
He will consider how sponsorship of non-British nationals works under the new rules and will provide an overview of the key issues that have changed with Brexit.
Did you know? Trainee solicitors can receive packages from £30/hourClick here to find out more >
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