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You've spent months working on your Police Station or Magistrates Court Portfolio, ensuring you've included as much detail as possible, you've stated the correct law, the client's details are anonymised and you've analysed every point. But so often we receive Portfolios in the office that are not technically compliant, with missing forms, insuf

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Datalaw's Professional Skills Course has been developed by experienced and practised lecturers, with specific skills and enthusiasm for their specialism. The SRA described our PSC materials as 'outstanding, thoughtful, focussed and very well structured', which is thanks to our talented tutors. So who are they?   Alastair Hodge - Alistai

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Many Police Station Representative candidates feel that the Critical Incidents Test is the most difficult aspect of the accreditation; in fact there's always someone in your firm who'll tell you it's impossible to pass. But the CIT is simply assessing what you do everyday when attending the police station, much of which is usually done without

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As part of the Professional Skills Course, at least 24 hours of training must come from delegate-chosen elective courses. The primary objective of the electives is the development of, and the opportunity to practice, a trainee's professional skills. With this in mind, Datalaw's elective courses are developed under the categories 'Building on th

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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 f

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