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Professional Development Booking Terms and Conditions

By reserving a place on our course, you enter into a legally binding contract with College of Law Services Limited (No.07933854) whose registered office is situated at 2 Bunhill Row, London EC1Y 8HQ, United Kingdom. You accept and agree to be bound by these financial terms and conditions which cannot be varied under any circumstances.

Your acceptance has immediate cost implications and creates financial commitments. Please make sure you read these terms and conditions.

College of Law Services LTD

'The University of Law' is the trading and brand name of College of Law Services Limited, a company registered in England and Wales, Company Number 07933854, with registered office at Brabeouf Manor, St Catherines, Guildford, Surrey, GU3 1HA, United Kingdom.

General

These form part of our terms and conditions and are applicable to all PSC courses.

  • These terms and conditions (including any non-contractual obligations arising out of or in connection with these terms and conditions) are governed by English law and are subject to the jurisdiction of the English courts.
  • The College may transfer its rights and obligations under these terms and conditions to any successor in title to its business or to any entity to which a substantial part of its business is transferred, and you authorise the College as your agent to sign an agreement with such successor or entity in substantially the same form as this agreement to procure that such successor or entity succeeds to all rights and obligations of the College under these terms and conditions. Alternatively, and at the College’s sole discretion, you agree that you will execute any deed of novation that the College reasonably requests to give effect to such transfer.
  • Failure or delay by the College to exercise any of its rights or remedies (full or partial) under these terms and conditions shall not constitute any form of waiver.
  • These terms and conditions constitute the entire financial agreement between you and the College and you confirm that in accepting your place you have not relied on, and shall have no right or remedy in respect of, any statement, representation, assurance or warranty (whether made negligently or innocently) other than as expressly set out in these terms.

Professional Skills Course (PSC) Terms and Conditions

  1. You have the right to cancel your booking within 14 days from the date of your acceptance of these Terms and Conditions. Cancelling your booking with the University will mean that you will not be permitted to attend the PSC courses you have booked. However, if the course starts or is running during the cooling off period, the University can charge for materials provided at a reasonable pro-rata fee. To cancel your booking, you must notify us by email at: pdpublic@law.ac.uk
  2. The University reserves the right to change or cancel its modules. In the event of cancellation by the University of a training session or assessment, an alternative date will be offered. Should an alternative date not be available in the event of cancellation by the University, a pro-rata fee for the module(s) will be refunded.
  3. Prices are valid until 31/07/20. The University reserves the right to change the course fees.
  4. All courses are subject to availability and demand.
  5. Lunch, travel and accommodation are not included in the price of the course. Delegates are responsible for arranging their own accommodation.
  6. You will receive a written confirmation of your booking. Joining instructions will be forwarded prior to the start of each of your modules.
  7. Any changes to date required must be made in writing. Please e-mail pdpublic@law.ac.uk to submit your change of date request.
  8. Please note: all PSC assessments, and the release of results in relation to such assessments, are conducted in accordance with The University of Law’s PSC Assessment Regulations. Please ensure you read this document, which can be opened from the PSC page.
  9. Subject to paragraph 1 and 2, fees are non-refundable. For a PSC course and also for the Higher Rights Written Advocacy Training, Practical Advocacy Training and Written Advocacy Assessment we will transfer you to an alternative date provided that the transfer request is made not later than twenty-four hours before the commencement of the training or assessment (as the case may be). For the Higher Rights Practical Advocacy Assessment we will transfer you to an alternative date provided that the transfer request is made
    no later than three weeks before the commencement of the assessment. Any transfer request made after the relevant time limit will not be considered. Transfer requests must be made in writing, please e-mail pdpublic@law.ac.uk to submit your request; the University will acknowledge your receipt within 24 hours and your request will not be valid unless proof of acknowledgment is held by both parties.
  10. Please note: all Higher Rights assessments, and the release of results in relation to such assessments, are conducted in accordance with The University’s Higher Rights Assessment Regulations. Please ensure you read this document, which can be opened from the Higher Rights course overview section on our website at: www.law.ac.uk/hra
  11. The University cannot be held responsible for failing to cater for any special needs unless you notify us in writing upon application. The University requires at least three weeks’ notice of any such requirements.
  12. All invoices must be paid within 30 days or before the day of the first module, whichever is sooner.
  13. Please note: if you have not signed to accept our terms and conditions, your booking form will not be accepted.
  14. The University needs to hold certain information about the Delegates. All information will be held in accordance with the General data protection regulations and the University’s Privacy Policy which can be found at www.law.ac.uk/policies. In booking a place on the University’s PSC you confirm that you have obtained all necessary consents and approvals from the Delegate(s) to the processing of their personal data by the University in accordance with the University’s policies, for the purpose of providing the PSC.

Alumni Terms and Conditions

  1. Current members of The University of Law Alumni are eligible for a 10% discount on the PSC
  2. There is a 14 day cooling off period following the date of booking. The University of Law will raise an invoice 14 days AFTER the date of booking, any Alumni discount requests made after the cooling off period will be rejected.
  3. It is a requirement that Alumni members supply their student number or their University of Law e-mail address at the point of booking, in order to receive the Alumni discount.
  1. You have the right to cancel your booking within 14 days from the date of your acceptance of our Terms and Conditions. Cancelling your booking with The College will mean that you will not be permitted to attend the Professional Devolvement training courses you have booked. However, if the course starts or is running during the cooling off period, the College can charge for materials provided at a reasonable pro-rata fee. To cancel your booking, you must notify us by email at: pdpublic@law.ac.uk
  2. The College reserves the right to change or cancel its training sessions. In the event of cancellation by the College of a training session or assessment, an alternative date will be offered. Should an alternative date not be available in the event of cancellation by the College, any fees paid will be refunded.
  3. Prices are valid until 31/07/2016. The College reserves the right to change the course fees.
  4. All courses are subject to availability and demand.
  5. Lunch, travel and accommodation are not included in the price of the course. Delegates are responsible for arranging their own accommodation.
  6. You will receive a written confirmation of your booking. Joining instructions will be forwarded prior to the start of your course.
  7. Subject to paragraphs 1 and 2, fees are non-refundable.
  8. You may request to transfer to an alternative date provided the request is made up to 24 hours before the commencement of your course. Any transfer request made after the relevant time limit will not be considered. Transfer requests must be made in writing - please e-mail pdpublic@law.ac.uk to submit your request; they will be acknowledged by the College and will not be valid unless proof of acknowledgement is held by both parties.
  9. The College cannot be held responsible for failing to cater for any special requirements unless you notify us in writing upon application.
  10. Payment terms of 30 days apply.
  1. You have the right to cancel your booking within 14 days from the date of your acceptance of our Terms and Conditions. Cancelling your booking with The College will mean that you will not be permitted to attend the Professional Devolvement training courses you have booked. However, if the course starts or is running during the cooling off period, the College can charge for materials provided at a reasonable pro-rata fee. To cancel your booking, you must notify us by email at: pdpublic@law.ac.uk
  2. The College reserves the right to change or cancel its training sessions. In the event of cancellation by the College of a training session or assessment, an alternative date will be offered. Should an alternative date not be available in the event of cancellation by the College, any fees paid will be refunded.
  3. Prices are valid until 31/07/2016. The College reserves the right to change the course fees.
  4. All courses are subject to availability and demand.
  5. Travel and accommodation are not included in the price of the course. Delegates are responsible for arranging their own accommodation. Lunch is included in the course fee.
  6. You will receive a written confirmation of your booking. Joining instructions will be forwarded prior to the start of your course.
  7. Subject to paragraphs 1 and 2, fees are non-refundable.
  8. You may request to transfer to an alternative date provided the request is made up to 24 hours before the commencement of your course. Any transfer request made after the relevant time limit will not be considered. Transfer requests must be made in writing - please contact us to submit your request; they will be acknowledged by the College and will not be valid unless proof of acknowledgement is held by both parties.
  9. The College cannot be held responsible for failing to cater for any special requirements unless you notify us in writing upon application.
  10. Payment terms of 30 days apply. 
  1. You have the right to cancel your booking within 14 days from the date of your acceptance of our Terms and Conditions. Cancelling your booking with The College will mean that you will not be permitted to attend the Professional Devolvement training courses you have booked. However, if the course starts or is running during the cooling off period, the College can charge for materials provided at a reasonable pro-rata fee. To cancel your booking, you must notify us by email at: pdpublic@law.ac.uk
  2. The College reserves the right to change or cancel its training sessions. In the event of cancellation by the College of a training session or assessment, an alternative date will be offered. Should an alternative date not be available in the event of cancellation by the College, any fees paid will be refunded.
  3. Prices are valid until 31/07/2016. The College reserves the right to change the course fees.
  4. All courses are subject to availability and demand.
  5. Lunch, travel and accommodation are not included in the price of the course. Delegates are responsible for arranging their own accommodation. Lunch is included in the course fee.
  6. You will receive a written confirmation of your booking. Joining instructions will be forwarded prior to the start of your course.
  7. Subject to paragraphs 1 and 2, fees are non-refundable.
  8. You may request to transfer to an alternative date provided the request is made up to 24 hours before the commencement of your course. Any transfer request made after the relevant time limit will not be considered. Transfer requests must be made in writing - please contact us to submit your request; they will be acknowledged by the College and will not be valid unless proof of acknowledgement is held by both parties.
  9. The College cannot be held responsible for failing to cater for any special requirements unless you notify us in writing upon application.
  10. Payment terms of 30 days apply. 
  1. The College reserves the right to change or cancel its training sessions. In the event of cancellation by the College of a training. You have the right to cancel your booking within 14 days from the date of your acceptance of our Terms and Conditions. Cancelling your booking with The College will mean that you will not be permitted to attend the Professional Devolvement training courses you have booked. However, if the course starts or is running during the cooling off period, the College can charge for materials provided at a reasonable pro-rata fee. To cancel your booking, you must notify us by email at: pdpublic@law.ac.uk.
  2. The College reserves the right to change or cancel its training session. In the event of cancellation by the College of a training or assessment, an alternative date will be offered. Should an alternative date not be available in the event of cancellation by the College, any fees paid will be refunded.
  3. Prices are valid until 31/07/17. The College reserves the right to change the course fees.
  4. All courses are subject to availability and demand.
  5. Lunch, travel and accommodation are not included in the price of the course. Delegates are responsible for arranging their own accommodation.
  6. Any changes to date required should be done in writing. Please e-mail pdpublic@law.ac.uk to submit your change of date request.
  7. You will receive a written confirmation of your booking. Joining instructions will be forwarded prior to the start of each of your courses.
  8. Subject to paragraph 1 and 2, fees are non-refundable. For the Higher Rights Written Advocacy Training, Practical Advocacy Training and Written Advocacy Assessment we will transfer you to an alternative date provided that the transfer request is made not later than twenty-four hours before the commencement of the training or assessment (as the case may be). For the Higher Rights Practical Advocacy Assessment we will transfer you to an alternative date provided that the transfer request is made not later than three weeks before the commencement of the assessment. Any transfer request made after the relevant time limit will not be considered. Transfer requests must be made in writing, please e-mail pdpublic@law.ac.uk to submit your request; they will be acknowledged by College of Law Services Ltd and will not be valid unless proof of acknowledgement is held by both parties.
  9. Please note: all Higher Rights assessments, and the release of results in relation to such assessments, are conducted in accordance with The College’s Higher Rights Assessment Regulations. Please ensure you read this document, which can be opened from the Higher Rights course overview section.
  10. The College cannot be held responsible for failing to cater for any special needs unless you notify us in writing upon application.
  11. Payment terms of 30 days apply.
  12. Please note: if you have not signed to accept our terms and conditions, your booking form will not be accepted.

The College needs to hold certain personal information about its candidates. Information will be held in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998 and the College’s Data Protection Policy. For further details of the Data Protection policy and Data Protection declaration, please visit our website at www.law.ac.uk.

By enrolling on an examination or tuition course you signify your agreement to this processing.

Applicable to all course terms and conditions

If you have not signed your signature in the box to accept our terms and conditions, your booking will not be accepted.

If you cancel your booking within any applicable statutory cooling off period, you will receive a refund of fees paid. However, if the course starts or is running during the cooling off period, the University can charge for materials provided and a reasonable pro-rata fee.

Queries

If you have any queries please contact Professional Development on +44 (0)1483 216 216, or contact us to submit your enquiry.