CPD and consultancy
As well as over 300 years’ experience in legal education, Edinburgh Law School has significant expertise in providing CPD, training, and consultancy services required by the legal profession, the world of business, government bodies, public authorities, and third sector organisations.
Our professional development and consultancy services are extensive, ranging from commercial and banking law, to medical law and ethics, legal argumentation, criminal law, constitutional law, and human rights. Our training and consultancy are delivered by research-active academics, who are leaders in their fields. Our services are topical and insightful, and engage with professional practice. Above all, we directly address the needs of our clients.
Edinburgh Law School hosts a broad spectrum of CPD events, including bespoke in-house training and online CPD. Consultancy services are also offered to assist with projects where particular expertise is required.
Training and events
Edinburgh Law Seminars
Edinburgh Law Seminars offer an annual programme of CPD seminars covering a range of popular subjects of law for the practising solicitor. These seminars offer detailed analysis of practical subjects and are written and presented by leading names in the field. The seminars are supported by substantial written materials and are offered not only in Edinburgh, but across the whole of Scotland.
Edinburgh Law Seminars Limited is a wholly-owned trading subsidiary of the Edinburgh Legal Education Trust (ELET), the charity to which profits from the seminars are paid. ELET is dedicated to supporting legal education in Scotland, and in particular in relation to Scots Law.
Edinburgh Law School offers bespoke training packages to help firms and organisations respond to particular issues or opportunities. Our trainers will discuss your requirements with you to design and deliver sessions that are tailor-made to your needs. In this way, sessions can be developed covering content you specifically require, perfectly suited to the audience and delivered in a format most appropriate for you.
Where you have a large cohort of professionals requiring CPD, bespoke training can be a useful and cost-effective option ensuring that the time spent on CPD is directly relevant to your organisation.
Sessions can be delivered throughout the UK and can also be arranged remotely.
To discuss your requirements, please contact email@example.com.
Online-based CPD courses enable flexible and supported access for those who may be at a distance from Edinburgh or fully committed during the working week. Our online CPD courses provide indispensable access to current topics and themes, yet the utmost flexibility to fit around your commitments.
Edinburgh Law School is accredited by the Law Society of Scotland to provide mandatory ethics to trainees.
Our academics are international and national leaders in their field. You can use their expertise to assist with particular projects or to allow you to fully exploit opportunities that arise.
Our specialists can provide a range of services including providing written opinions and acting as expert witnesses in a diverse range of law and policy areas. Our academics will also work hand-in-hand with you to deliver on research and other projects.
Such assistance can be vital in ensuring that your organisation can respond to legal, political, technological, and scientific developments.
To discuss your consultancy requirements, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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