Working in a law firm

Content
8 modules

Course Length
1.5 hours

Instructor
Kath Kinch

Price
£75.00

Description

This e-learning course will make sure that you understand the professional and ethical rules that apply when working in a law firm.

The 7 modules cover the following key areas:

  • What’s special about law firms?
  • Solicitors and their clients
  • Solicitors and third parties
  • Solicitors and the court
  • Professional reputation
  • Solicitors' undertakings
  • What if there’s a problem?

The course takes approximately 1.5 hours to complete.

Objectives

As a result of completing this e-learning course you will:

  • know who regulates law firms and different legal professionals;
  • know about the different relationships and obligations when dealing with work colleagues, clients, the court and third parties;
  • understand the importance of confidentiality;
  • have the confidence to make the right decisions in particular situations;
  • appreciate the important role that you play in upholding the reputation of your firm and the legal profession.

Certificate

By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate Working in a law firm

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What's special about law firms?
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Solicitors and their clients
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Solicitors duties to third parties
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Solicitors and the Court
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Professional reputation
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Undertakings
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