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Late applications accepted on the Certificate in Conveyancing

Pre-Contract Investigation of Title came into effect on the 1 January 2019. Why not join our Certificate in Conveyancing to learn more about this fundamental change in practice.

 

Late applications are now being accepted for the Certificate in Conveyancing which commenced on Thursday 17 January 2019. This course provides a practical insight into this procedural change and other current issues facing practitioners.

 

Designed with a practical focus, the Certificate in Conveyancing reviews best conveyancing practice, provides precedents, and offers students the opportunity to learn through problem-based scenarios. 

 

The course is delivered via an innovative ‘flipped classroom’ approach that offers participants ultimate flexibility in how they approach their learning. This format sees lectures released in an online tranche, with participants provided a window of a number of weeks to view the recorded content and complete online learning activities in a self-paced manner. The online releases are bookended by two days of onsite workshops.

 

For further information visit: www.lawsociety.ie/diplomacentre or contact John Lunney, Solicitor, Course Leader: j.lunney@lawsociety.ie

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