Legal Training and CPD Courses for Lawyers



Central Law Training (CLT) is the UK’s leading provider of post-qualification training for legal professionals. For over 30 years, we’ve helped thousands of lawyers enhance their skills, increase their expertise and meet their continuing professional development (CPD) requirements. As the CPD regime changes in 2016, we are helping solicitors and their firms to understand and meet the new requirements. We are refining the way we present our training, to explain how it will help solicitors to develop in each of the four competencies. We are rolling out a digital platform to support solicitors in achieving and proving compliance in the new training era, as well as developing a toolkit to help solicitors understand what concepts like reflective learning mean in practice. Our courses are developed by lawyers, for lawyers and provide concise, relevant knowledge on topics both mainstream and niche. CLT Insight is written by our developers and showcases the knowledge and experience they have built up in their many years of practice.



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Should under 25s also get the living wage?

On the 1st April the Government's living wage will come into force, giving those over 25 an increase in their hourly rate.  The question...

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Child Arrangements; when is a child no longer a child?

In which the indefatigable Lucy Reed on Pink Tape (@familoo on Twitter) digs into one of those issues that gets family lawyers scratching...

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Taking a step back (and a lift up)

Last week I was lucky enough to attend two very different but equally interesting conferences organised by Ark Group in Canary Wharf. I...

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Change is the new normal for lawyers

This recent report from Deloitte on the future of law firms predicts the continued unravelling of the traditional law firm and makes for...

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Update on practice direction at the Central Family Court

The Central Family Court has withdrawn the local practice direction which had restricted the Guardian's attendance, although it is said...

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Virtual insanity?

The president of the Family Division spoke last week about the modernisation of the probate process, saying that digital online probate...

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