How The Law Society's Children Law Accreditation Could Boost Your Career Prospects
- Datalaw Admin
- Apr 5, 2017
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The Children Law Accreditation covers all types of children law work. As a practitioner, the only way to be identified as a specialist in your field is to become an accredited member of the scheme.
Children law can be one of the most complex and sensitive areas of law to deal with, and having a widely recognised quality mark in this field is demonstrative of one's significant experience of dealing with matters under the Children Act. Those who have been assessed by The Law Society will have shown that they have, and can maintain, a high standard of knowledge and skill.
For those in this area of law, completing the Children Law Accreditation can be a huge boost you your career, symbolising that you are skilled in handling all types of children law work. This can increase employability and ultimately generate more work and increased revenue for you and your firm.
As part of the Children Law Accreditation application process, an intermediate 18 hour course must be undertaken. There is an assumed level of knowledge and understanding before starting the course, owing to the fact that it is recognised as a quality mark for children law specialists.
Datalaw have broken the traditional three day course down into 18 hourly segments. These segments can be undertaken at a pace and time suitable to the delegate to fit in around other work commitments, and can be viewed as many times as required. Together with experienced solicitor Safda Mahmood and children's guardian Neena Hira, we have developed a flexible online course more suited to busy practitioners with hectic schedules.