Training Providers


The College of Legal Practice

2 November 2020

Legal training is stuck in the past. A one-size-fits-all approach to teaching simply doesn’t work. Why? Because everyone is different. At The College of Legal Practice, we understand the importance of flexible learning. It’s why our online legal education courses… Read More


LawSkills

26 June 2020

What we do LawSkills provides learning & development for Private Client Practitioners LawSkills has more than 30 years specialist experience working in, and for, Private Client Departments. The business is owned and managed by Gill Steel, one of the country’s most… Read More


Access Legal

4 October 2019

Working in partnership with more than 3,500 UK law firms and underpinned by over 30 years of sector experience, Access Legal provides an unrivalled suite of complete software solutions. From case and practice management, finance, accounting and business intelligence to learning,… Read More


DG Legal

4 December 2018

DG Legal is the largest provider of strategic and compliance services operating in England & Wales.


Advanced

3 October 2011

Advanced is the third largest provider of business software and services in the UK, and has been providing solutions across the entire legal sector for decades. We are the number one choice for Cloud legal software, and offer solicitors and… Read More


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Clinical negligence, a changing market – part 1

The consolidation of law firms through merger and acquisition has resulted in fewer, but more sophisticated and expert clinical negligence practices.


How to set your law firm up for success in 2022

At this time of year, law firms around the country are busy strategising and implementing plans for the coming 12 months. Forward-planning is a crucial part of a firm’s success, but where to start?


Are you ready to sign a personal guarantee to secure your indemnity insurance?

Perhaps the most worrying trend we are seeing in the professional indemnity market is the increased scrutiny of the financial position of SME law firms and demand for personal guarantees.


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