The University of Law provides top class professional training. From trainees to qualified lawyers, international lawyers and associates to support staff – we have the flexible, specialist training needed to add instant value to legal businesses.
Whether you are an individual looking for legal training and Professional Development to support your career aspirations and needs, or a legal employer looking for training solutions for your lawyers and organisation – our Professional Development Training can fulfil your requirements and will give you and your team a cutting edge.
We offer professional legal training across a wide range of topics and practice areas. We provide both public and in-house courses and also consortium-based courses and structured training programmes. We can also tailor our courses delivered in-house to suit your organisation’s specific needs. We also offer flexible, online PD training solutions through College of Law Media.
Our public courses are offered at University of Law centres around the UK.
We are a leading provider of the Management Course Stage 1 (MC1) for junior lawyers, and exclusive MC1 provider to leading law firms.
Our Higher Rights of Audience (HR) course enables solicitors to provide a complete advocacy service to clients, enhancing professional status and increasing earning potential.
We offer in-house programmes across a wide range of topic areas, including our MC1, HR, Structured Training Programmes and consortium based courses.
From our online modules on Global Corporate Law, to our flexible and cost-effective College of Law Media training solutions, you can access top-quality, relevant online CPD across a range of topics and practice areas. In addition, our two or three year ACTAPS course is predominantly distance learning based and counts as 100% of your annual CPD requirement.
Public or in-house
Predominantly distance learning with occasional face-to-face
Quality online CPD training at a time and place to suit your requirements.
If you wish to speak to a member of our Professional Development team about training at The University of Law please call 0800 289997 (UK), +44 (0)1483 216000 (international) or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org