The Criminal Law CPD Bundle is perfect for law firms with employees of varying roles and levels of experience; To assist newly qualified practitioners, this bundle includes useful courses such as ‘Preparing for that all Important Magistrates Court Trial’ whilst solicitors with several years PQE will be interested in our more advanced titles such as ‘What are the Defences to a s172 RTA1988 Notice’ which are suitable for prosecution and defence advocates.
For those in search of criminal law courses online, look no further.
Datalaw’s crime CPD has been developed with busy practitioners in mind and comprises a mixture of targeted 20-minute bite-size webinars and traditional 1-hour criminal law courses, all of which can be viewed on demand for a period of 12-months using any internet connected device.
Delivered in an easy to digest format by Datalaw favourites, barrister and lecturer Colin Beaumont and part-time district judge and lecturer Olwen Davies amongst others, our criminal law courses cover a diverse range of topics including motoring offences, advising on sexual offences, confiscation orders and proceeds of crime.
This broad range of criminal law training courses available make us perfect for law firms with employees of varying levels of experience; for paralegals and legal executives The LASPO Act 2012 - The Story So Far and A Practical Approach to Evidence will prove invaluable in assisting your staff to develop a grounding in criminal law.
Newly qualified practitioners will find criminal law courses such as Preparing for that all Important Magistrates Court Trial are essential viewing, whilst solicitors with several years PQE will be interested in more advanced titles including What Are The Defences To A S172 RTA1988 Notice, suitable for prosecution and defence advocates.
In addition to regular criminal law updates on legislation, case law and sentencing, we also offer up to date guidance on how to effectively bill for your time and services in the police station, magistrates court and crown court.
Many of the courses within our crime section have been specifically developed for qualified practitioners who have completed the Criminal Litigation Accreditation Scheme (CLAS) and who require 6 hours of criminal law CPD to maintain their Law Society accreditation and duty status.
In addition, titles such as Advising Suspects at the Police Station – Advanced Techniques and Police Station Forensics will be invaluable to those in the process of completing the Police Station Representatives Accreditation Scheme (PSRAS) who wish to expand their knowledge of criminal law and procedure and accredited police station representatives.
Whether you are a paralegal, trainee or qualified solicitor, the criminal law distance learning courses within this section represent the most comprehensive and cost-effective criminal law training available.
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