A new Diploma in Advocacy Skills is being offered to solicitors this autumn through collaboration between the Diploma Centre and the National Institute for Trial Advocacy (NITA). This course will commence on Thursday 15 November 2018.
The move to a pre contract investigation of title following the introduction of the 2019 Conditions of Sale heralds a new era for Conveyancers. Applications are being accepted for the Certificate in Conveyancing which commences on Thursday 17 January 2019. This course will provide a practical insight into this fundamental procedural change and other current issues facing practitioners.
The Diploma in Healthcare Lawprovides practitioners with a comprehensive overview of the law governing healthcare in this jurisdiction, as well as analysis and insights in relation to the relevant practice and procedure in Ireland. This course commenced on 11 October 2018 but as all lectures are available to watch online, we welcome late applicants, who can catch up on course work at a time suitable to their own needs.
The Diploma Centre is delighted to once again offer the popularDiploma in Sports Law. This course commenced on 24 October 2018, but as all lectures are available to watch online, participants can catch up on course work at a time suitable to their own needs.
The Diploma Centre is delighted to offer our Diploma in Education Lawwhich began on Friday 2 November 2018 but is accepting late bookings. This advanced level diploma is designed to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of the complex legal topics that arise when working in the educational environment or advising on education law matters.
This conference has been designed and will be delivered by expert international financial services (IFS) solicitors and professionals who will update delegates on the current issues and developments in the law and regulation of FinTech in Ireland.
This conference, presented by the Criminal Law Committee in collaboration with Law Society Professional Training, is aimed at solicitors practising in criminal law. The aim is to provide practitioners with a practice and procedure update on core areas of interest. A panel of expert speakers will be available to answer questions.
Clinical negligence is an area that has seen many developments in the last year. This course addresses these developments which include open disclosure; pre-action protocols; periodic payment orders; as well as recent case-law.
Would you like a detailed and practical look at preparing your firm for the GDPR? Law Society Finuas Skillnet in partnership with the Intellectual Property & Data Protection Law Committee has prepared an eLearning resource to assist practitioners.
The Law Society fulfills a number of diverse functions for its members, one of which is educational. At the start of a solicitor’s career the Law School is central to the practitioner’s initial qualification as a solicitor, but the educational support continues through the solicitor’s career.