Central Law Training is the leading provider of post-qualification training for legal professionals.
In association with the University of Strathclyde, we annually help thousands of professionals to enhance their skills, develop their expertise and meet their training needs and CPD requirements.View our comprehensive suite of legal training below:
Scots Law - the Conventions Series is the most prestigious training, networking and exhibition series of events in the Scottish legal calendar.
Central Law Training is a leading provider of specialist paralegal training, pioneering the concept over 20 years ago.
Central Law Training is authorised by the Law Society of Scotland to provide TCPD.
Our courses are accredited by leading law school, the University of Strathclyde and receive consistently high feedback.
We design and deliver tailored training to an extensive client list that includes city firms, high street solicitors, local and national government, regulatory bodies and companies across a range of sectors.
The Intra UK Transfer Test is provided by the Law Society of Scotland for those solicitors qualified in England & Wales or Northern Ireland who wish to re qualify as a solicitor in Scotland.
As the largest legal CPD provider in the country , we annually provide over 350 training events, including face-to-face and online courses, webinars, and the industry-leading Scots Law- the Convention Series - the most prestigious training, networking and exhibition series of events in the Scottish legal calendar.
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Our essential employment conference brings together some of the key issues from another busy 12 months.
How do you deal with ill health issues involving alcohol and drugs? Are gagging clauses being misused? What are the practical problems relating to workplace grievances?
To find out the answers to these questions and more, reserve your place on this important event.
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What's being covered?
Dealing with ill health issues involving alcohol or drugsTony Hadden, Brodies
The beginning of the end for workplace gagging clauses?Innes Clark, Morton Fraser
TUPE updateStuart Neilson, Pinsent Masons
Workplace grievances: a practical look at problems that arise and how to overcome themElouisa Crichton, Shepherd & Wedderburn
The Taylor Review and the Good Work Plan: keeping pace with modern business?David Morgan, Burness Paull
Pensions updateJuliet Bayne, Brodies
Mental health in the workplace and reasonable adjustmentsSarah Gilzean, Morton Fraser
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