Training for Tomorrow – SRA’s and Legal Education Reformation
Training for Tomorrow – speak about the SRA’s next steps in reforming legal education
The Solicitors Regulation Authority is inviting members of the profession, training providers, trainees and students to a series of six free events to hear about proposals to reform the current legal and education training system.
The free events, delivered across the country, follow hot on the heels of the publication of the SRA’s policy statement, Training for Tomorrow, issued yesterday, Wednesday 16 October, in response to the Legal Education and Training review report published in July. They mark the beginning of a period of engagement with stakeholders as work on developing a new education and training system picks up pace.
The events take the format of a presentation outlining the key points of the policy statement followed by an opportunity for questions and open discussion. Places are strictly limited and on a first-come, first-served basis.
|Cardiff||The Law Society||11 November
|London||Chancery Lane||13 November||9-11am|
|Newcastle||Northumbria Uni||19 November||5-7pm|
|Bristol||Hilton Garden Inn||21 November||5-7pm|
|Manchester||Park Inn||25 November
|Nottingham||Nottingham Conference Centre||28 November||5-7pm|
The event is CPD accredited for two hours.