Where can you find a SRA accredited training provider for legal CPD?

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Bethany Evans on November 12, 2018

The Solicitors Regulation Authority ("SRA"), requires that lawyers meet the continuing professional development (CPD) requirements, and spend an amount of time each year undertaking training.. Qualified lawyers and legal professionals are required to undertake CPD (continuous professional development). CPD requirements are determined by the SRA (Solicitors Regulation Authority), with the CPD year running to 31 October. Lawyers are encouraged to take responsibility for their own development, choosing from among a wide range of activities of their professional responsibilities and personal development. All the lawyers who are in legal practice or employment, or who work 32 hours or more per week, are required to complete a minimum of 16 hours of CPD per year. At least 25 percent of the requirement must be fulfilled by the participants in the courses that are offered by providers authorised by the SRA and which require attendance for one hour or more. . Accredited training providers are those that agree to be regularly evaluated and monitored by the SRA. . Financial training Associates Ltd is now accredited with the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) and has developed a new CPD accredited course for solicitors titled "negotiating the big issues in transaction agreements". More details are available by clicking on http://www.top100.org.uk/cpd_courses.html.


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