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Available Courses

Stage 1 Business Law and Practice

Learn key commercial law principles as well as drafting and interpreting business accounts, relevant taxation issues and how to advise on appropriate business organisations and on commercial transactions.

Stage 1 Litigation (Civil and Criminal)

Study the principles of civil litigation and dispute resolution as well as of criminal law and practice, including detailed case analysis, the available courses of action, funding options and applicable court procedures.

Stage 1 Professional Conduct and Regulation

Study the Solicitor’s Code of Conduct and how to apply the rules in practice using real life examples.

Stage 1 Property Law and Practice

Learn all principal elements of a real estate transaction including the searches and enquiries, exchange of contracts and pre- and post-completion.

Stage 1 Solicitors' Accounts

Learn how to recognise record and interpret receipts into and payments from office and client accounts, transfer between office and client accounts and between two client accounts.

Stage 1 Wills and Administration of Estates

An introduction to will drafting and the administration of estates

Stage 2 Advanced Commercial Litigation

An introduction to the key aspects of advanced commercial litigation covering the principal legal, procedural, commercial and tactical issues that might arise when working in a commercial litigation department including relating to advocacy and mediation work.

Stage 2 Advanced Criminal Litigation

Develop your knowledge and skills of procedures relating to criminal litigation. This module encompasses the role of the solicitor at the police station, preparing a case for trial in the Magistrates' Court and Crown Court.

Stage 2 Commercial Law and Intellectual Property

An introduction to the key aspects of commercial law and intellectual property as well as the principal IP rights and how they can be enforced and exploited.

Stage 2 Commercial Litigation and Dispute Resolution

This module will provide you with a broad understanding of the dispute resolution processes (including alternative dispute resolution procedures).

Stage 2 Commercial Property

Study key aspects of commercial property work including drafting, negotiation and variation of commercial leases, dealings with the commercial leases, taxation of commercial leases, security of tenure for commercial leases and the planning system with an emphasis on its relevance to conveyancers.

Stage 2 Corporate Finance

An introduction to various aspects of corporate finance covering equity and debt finance transactions including the principal legal, procedural, commercial and tactical issues that might arise when working in a corporate finance department.

Stage 2 Employment Law

Study the law and practice relating to the contract of employment, its termination and the interplay between the contractual and statutory nature of the employment relationships, focussing on the protection of a both business and employee interests, the common law and statutory consequences of dismissal and the remedies and levels of compensation.

Stage 2 Family Law

Learn the law relating to divorce, finance and property disputes, disputes relating to the upbringing of children, injunctive relief in the domestic violence context and relevant aspects of the public funding, tax and welfare benefit schemes.

Stage 2 Immigration

Develop an understanding of the relationship between immigration and asylum legislation as well as how the immigration rules and EEA and EU Treaties combine.

Stage 2 Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence

Gain an understanding of the complex area of personal injury and clinical negligence litigation.

Stage 2 Private Acquisitions

Study private company acquisitions and the legal rationale for acquisitions, disposals and the creation of groups of companies.