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Children and parents have a complex relationship, according to the law. According to the law, the word “Parent” can include biological parents, stepparents, adoptive parents, foster parents, godparents, grandparents and parents-in-law. It can extend to the court and local authorities where the child is “in care”. In most cases, children are

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Course TitleAreaSpeakerRelease DateCPDDescriptionRaising Concerns and Whistleblowing - A Guide for SolicitorsSRA Regulatory & ComplianceAlastair Hodge2-May0.5-1Essential for all members of staff, this course will provide viewers with an overview on the law relating whistleblowing, as well as other SRA reporting requirements.Road Traffic Law for Cri

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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

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The routes into law and legal services are changing and more accessible than ever before. Under the SRA's 'changing for tomorrow' initiative, one does not necessarily have to attend University and embark upon an expensive Legal Practice course to enter into a career in law. There are numerous law apprenticeships available wherein you can earn w

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Since 2008 Datalaw have provided the legal profession with CPD online. In some ways we have been ahead of the curve in this respect, as it is only recently that the SRA have begun to emphasise the importance of technology and are encouraging its use in the delivery of legal services and have advocated the benefits of CPD online. This is most pr

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