The book explains what firms need to know about the regulatory frameworks for legal education and training in England and Wales, as well as Scotland, and the regulatory responsibilities which the framework imposes on both firms and legal departments, as well as the individuals within them. Legal education and training also examines the importance of training as a way of achieving the firm’s business strategy, covering the structure, ownership and management of the training function within a firm, and the different types of training a firm should invest in to meet its needs. It also provides a guide for fee earners on designing and delivering effective training themselves, as well as covering issues such as how to go about sourcing external trainers, e-learning, and making the most of the flexibilities in the new Legal Practice course. In the post-Legal Services Act 2007 world, there has never been a greater need for guidance on how to make the most of training spend.

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Author(s)Melissa Hardee
PublisherLexis Nexis
Edition1st Edition
Publish YearJuly 2014