Today’s Training, brought to you by the publishers of Today’s Conveyancer, Today’s Wills & Probate and Today’s Family Lawyer provides a range of online training topics for practitioners.
Brought to you by experts on the subject, these short courses are designed to provide practical advice and guidance for your day-to-day roles.
The courses count toward Continuing Competence and certificates can be provided for evidence.
All our sessions are recorded and available for 30 days after the live event; so even if you cannot make the live session, make sure to book on to receive the recording for later viewing. If you have any questions about the training, or would like to discuss becoming one of our expert speakers please contact David Opie on 0800 133 7127 or email [email protected].
For further details of our upcoming courses please click on the links below:
This series of 4 webinars will take you through the whole conveyancing process for unregistered land. From the moment you receive the contract package from the seller’s conveyancer, right up to completion and registration. It will also cover acting for the seller and preparing the contract package and will provide delegates with a firm foundation for dealing with all aspects of unregistered land conveyancing.
Hannah Mackinlay of SDLT Compass discusses the implications of the Stamp Duty Land Tax holiday and what the pitfalls are for practitioners.
Far too many lawyers are not getting a fair return on their hard work and the value they provide, not because they are not good at what they do, but because they don’t know how to value themselves or have the confidence to charge effectively. If you want to generate more revenue, ethically, have more time and feel more confident in your fee-earning, this is one not to miss!
Aimed at all those involved in residential conveyancing, the session provides an explosion of tips, traps and handy hints to implement and avoid in your conveyancing department.
Ian Quayle explores the mysterious world of the Land Registry; concentrating on commonly encountered problems with boundaries, notices, restrictions and adverse possession.