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April's CPD Releases

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  • Apr 5, 2018
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Area Course Title Speaker Release Date Description CPD Hours
Crime Police Station Update 2018 Colin Beaumont 3-Apr

This course will provide viewers with an overview of some important matters to consider when advising clients at the police station stage including the level of disclosure required, and rehabilitation periods for conditional cautions and simple cautions

 

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Crime Duty Solicitor Update 2018 Colin Beaumont 3-Apr

Suitable for experienced practitioners and those embarking upon their role as a duty solicitor, this course will ensure that viewers are aware of new criminal law developments, for example the new test for dishonesty, and the way in which these developments will affect how they perform their role as duty solicitor.

 

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Crime Profitable Billing in the Police Station and Magistrates Court Colin Beaumont 3-Apr

This webinar will be of of interest to anyone responsible for the billing police station and magistrates court work who would like to learn how to make the best decisions in order to maximise fee income.

 

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Crime Profitable Billing in the Crown Court Colin Beaumont 3-Apr

Whether you run the crown court section and require a greater understanding how the billing system works or you’re a qualified solicitor who practises in the crown court, this course will be of enormous benefit to those looking to maximise their revenue from this type of work.

 

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Civil Relief from Sanctions Update Peter Causton 9-Apr

This course will provide viewers with an insight into what works best when applying for relief from sanction and will offer advice on how to escape what can be a tricky situation for litigators.

 

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Crime Unused Material and Disclosure James Parry 9-Apr

This session will provide viewers with an overview of the provisions that apply to the collection, retention and disclosure of unused material and will discuss the tactics which can be used to overcome failures to properly disclose such material.

 

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Crime An Update on Knife Crime / Offensive Weapons Olwen Davies 9-Apr

Aimed at both prosecutors and defence lawyers, this session will examine the sentencing regime in respect of knife crime and offensive weapons. Consideration will also be given to recent case law in this area and the burden of proof on the defendant.

 

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Criminal Advocacy CIPA Disclosure in Practice Olwen Davies 9-Apr

This webinar will examine the highly practical judgement in the case of (R) DPP v Manchester & Salford Magistrates’ Ct [2017] EWHC 1708 (Admin) which sets out where material will be discloseable and where it will not be, applying the provisions of the CPIA 1996.

 

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Immigration Appeals in Extradition Rachel Coyle 12-Apr

This session offers viewers a whistle-stop tour of R (Kiarie and Byndloss) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2017] UKSC 42 and will examine what this means for s.94B certification.

 

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Family Family Law Update (6 hours) Safda Mahmood 16-Apr

This series offers a practical discussion of the issues to consider when advising and representing clients in cases involving financial matters, cohabitation, marital breakdown, personal protection, and children aspects, both private and public.

 

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Crime Cash seizures under POCA Olwen Davies 16-Apr

The police, Immigration and Customs officers all have power to seize cash if it is believed to have criminal origins or a criminal future. This webinar sets out the powers of officers to enter, search, seize, search, question then hold the money.

 

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Crime The PoCA confiscation series Olwen Davies 16-Apr

This 4-part series deals with different aspects of POCA confiscation including how confiscation orders are made, calculating how much the prosecution are after and how much your client is worth.

 

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Employment How to Deal with Employee Capability Issues Steph Barber 23-Apr

Employee capability is a particularly problematic issue for employers to address via disciplinary action. This session will detail the initial steps that need to be taken when you, as an employer, become aware of capability issues.

 

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LFM - Managing People Making Your Workplace Disability Confident Law Hound 23-Apr

This bite-size webinar will consider what Disability Confident is, and how your firm can achieve each level of the Disability Confident scheme aimed at encouraging and supporting employers to employ disabled employees.

 

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Business Development - Strategy How to Set Up Your Own Firm Mac Mackay 30-Apr

This session will provide viewers with an overview of the key criteria the SRA will expect you to meet, should you seek their authorisation to open your own firm.

 

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LFM - Managing People Sharing Your Goals with Your Workforce Law Hound 30-Apr

Sharing your goals with your employees, if done properly, can be a crucial step in ensuring that your business is effective and ultimately profitable. This bite-size session will show you how.

 

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LFM - Training for Supervisors SRA Stage 2 Update Mac Mackay 30-Apr

Updated for 2018, this course takes a fresh look at key areas of management exploring your firm as an economic entity, its client base and what it expects from you, and how to engage others to drive that prosperity for all to share.

 

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