New Legal CPD Course Releases – January 2021
Get your cpd year off to the best possible start and check out the latest Family and Children Law course releases from Datalaw for January 2021. With 11 new courses added in Family and Children Law law, there’s plenty to choose from. So why not get ahead of the curve and get your 2021 CPD on the right track with Datalaw. Please see below for the new Family & Children Law courses.
Children Law Category
Children Law Accreditation 2020/21 (18 CPD) [Click here]
Children Law Essential Update 2020/21 (2 CPD) [Click here]
Domestic Abuse in Private Children Law (2 CPD) [Click here]
Enforcement of Orders in Private Children Law (2 CPD) [Click here]
Injunctions For Personal Protection In Children Law Cases (2 CPD) [Click here]
Type of Experts in Children law cases – Which One and Why? (1 CPD) [Click here]
Local Authority Procedures, Assessments and Placements (1 CPD) [Click here]
Special Guardianship, Adoption and Child Arrangements Orders (1 CPD) [Click here]
Secure Accommodation In Children Law Matters (1 CPD) [Click here]
Adoption – Panels, Placement order and procedure (1 CPD) [Click here]
Contact Duties and Guidance in Public Children Law Cases (0.5 CPD) [Click here]
Family Law Category
Family Law Essential Update 2020/21 (3 CPD) [Click here]
CPD training is a vital component of anyone’s training in the law sector, and allows them to keep up with the latest practices and fulfil their job role within the legal profession to the highest standards. Through taking one of the many high quality legal CPD courses listed above, taught by industry experts in their fields, and delivered in an easy-to-follow and informative way, there’s really no reason why you shouldn’t use Datalaw for your CPD training.
Trusted by over 26,000 solicitors in the UK, why not join them in accessing the highest quality, best value for money legal CPD courses online, at a time to suit you!
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Solicitors Regulation Authority
Given the ever evolving nature of the legal field, with practices and regulations receiving regular updates, it becomes of paramount importance for legal professionals to keep up with these latest changes in their field, or else they risk not possessing the correct professional practices or legal know-how to fulfil their job roles in serving the best interests of their clients and upholding the rule of law. Avoid these pitfalls and get your CPD year of to the best possible start with Datalaw’s new Family & Children Law courses.