Lucy joined Central Law Training in September 2011 and heads a team of experienced lawyers developing courses, conferences and webinars.
Lucy studied English at Cambridge and after the CPE and LPC trained at Clarke Willmott. On qualification she joined Wragge & Co where she worked for 10 years in the commercial litigation team. Lucy advised across a wide range of commercial disputes but has particular experience of litigation involving directors duties. She was the lead fee earner in the Court of Appeal case of Wragg v Partco Group Limited involving claims against former plc directors in fraud and negligence. She also acted for the Secretary of State in directors disqualification proceedings for 10 years.
Anna heads the team who develop our training products, both face-to-face and online, and has overseen the creation of Central Law Training’s first interactive e-learning courses.
Anna has worked in events and education since 2004, primarily in the legal sector but also in treasury, healthcare and higher education. Her role is to ensure Central Law Training offers relevant and fresh training that legal professionals can access how they want and when they want.
If you are interested in joining our pool of expert speakers, please contact Anna on email@example.com.
Roy is responsible for researching, designing and developing CLT’s Scottish CPD and TCPD content. Formerly a commercial property lawyer in private practice with one of Scotland’s leading law firms, Roy joined CLT in 2004 and during that time has produced over 2500 individual online and face-to-face legal education events.
“In a rapidly changing economic, political and business environment, legal education plays a vital role. It is a privilege to support the Scottish legal and professional community by developing content that helps organisations and individuals provide best advice for their clients and meet both business and individual career needs.”
Hugh Anderson McKnight is Director of Learning and Business Development at Central Law Training, where he is responsible for Specialist Paralegal Qualifications throughout the UK.
He has worked in human resource development for over 20 years. Much of his career has been spent managing training functions and projects both in Europe and Asia; he has worked within the legal sector for the last 12 years.
Hugh has a research interest in professional competence and presented the paper ‘Professional Competence: can it be taught?' at the UK Centre for Legal Education's international conference. Hugh holds a Master's degree (awarded with distinction) in the Management of Training and Development from the University of Edinburgh and is a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.
Wendy joined Central Law Training in early 2018 and has extensive experience of working in sales and marketing to help meet and exceed customer’s expectations.
Wendy worked in the publishing and exhibition industry for a number of years, and more recently led the sales strategy for a spin-out company from Imperial College London which introduced e-learning to universities worldwide. Wendy is now using this experience to introduce Central Law Training clients to our new interactive e-learning courses which bring a fresh new dimension to our wide course portfolio. Wendy really enjoys working closely with the legal profession to help firms meet their training and development needs.
Caroline is CLT's newest recruit, joining the ranks in early January 2019. She is responsible for the Marketing & Digital Strategy as well as Corporate Branding throughout the UK.
Caroline has spent the last 10 years developing her skills in in a variety of Not for profit, Education and Professional sectors with much of her career spent in the commercial realm focusing on Training & Professional Development.
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