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training

We run a wide range of commercial, public sector, health and insurance training, both face to face and online, which is accredited by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and means you may qualify for continued professional development (CPD) points.

Online training

We produce hundreds of online training videos each year, covering legal issues across a wide range of sectors. You can access these training resources at our dedicated online training website - www.bjlegaltraining.com.

Upcoming seminars and events

We run a wide range of seminars and events at our offices in Birmingham, Exeter, London, Manchester and Nottingham. Attendance is free in most cases and time is built in for you to network with your peers over refreshments. The details of these seminars are listed below and you can book your place directly using our online booking system.

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Hear from Richard Nicholas for the latest developments in contract law

Richard Nicholas talks about the changes in contract law over the last six months and particularly how time plays a difference.

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ICO investigations and preparing for the GDPR - hear from Helena Wootton

Helena takes a look at the data breach trends reported in 2016, and ahead to the GDPR and what this will mean for your organisation.

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Regulatory expert Rachel Lyne on the new sentencing guidelines for health and safety offences

Rachel Lyne talks about the new sentencing guidelines for health and safety offences and what you should do to be proactive in managing risk.

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What’s new in competition law? Hear from our expert Matthew Woodford

Matthew comments on the uplift in activity by the UK Competition and Markets Authority, competition law post-Brexit, and online reselling restrictions.

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The practical implications of The Insolvency (England & Wales) Rules 2016

The long awaited Insolvency Rules 2016 came into force on 6 April 2017 and are the biggest change in insolvency law for the last 30 years. They reflect much more modern ways of working that will have an impact on creditors and, in particular, the insolvency profession on a day-to-day basis. Hear from commercial litigation and insolvency specialist, Chloe Poskitt on the subject.

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