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Practice areas and interests

What Practice areas and interests covers

Applying and building skills and knowledge within an area of expertise, and developing in other areas, whilst using the appropriate legal tools and methods to provide trusted and accurate legal advice.

Levels

From Foundation to Advanced, we have all aspects of Practice areas and interests comprehensively covered.

This content will cover foundational topics and themes that are essential to practice. It will primarily be of interest to early career stage practitioners. It will include:

  • Building skills and knowledge in area of expertise.
  • Learning how to use appropriate methods, resources and techniques within area of expertise.
  • Checking the relevance of sources and the accuracy of your research and documentation.
  • Learning about the relevant procedural steps, roles and structure of proceedings in area of expertise.
  • Recognising limits of knowledge and knowing when to seek support and advice from more experienced colleagues.

This content will provide a more robust educational and professional development experience. It will be primarily of interest to members and practitioners who are looking to underpin existing knowledge, or broaden their areas of practice. It will include:

  • Continuing to develop skills and knowledge in area of expertise and seeking to develop in other areas.
  • Using appropriate methods, resources and techniques within area of expertise.
  • Ensuring the relevance of sources and the accuracy of your research and documentation.
  • Understanding the relevant procedural steps, roles and structure of proceedings in area of expertise.
  • Being clear on when to seek support and advice from more experienced colleagues.

Advanced-level content will offer a sophisticated professional learning experience, and it is aimed at underpinning practice excellence. Expectations of prior learning or assumed knowledge will be clearly stated for this type of content. It will include:

  • Continuing to develop skills and knowledge in area of expertise and seeking to develop in other areas.
  • Using appropriate methods, resources and techniques across legal practices.
  • Consistently monitoring the relevance of sources and accuracy of legal research, issues and documentation.
  • Adapting practice to address legal developments in the delivery of services within area of expertise and broader.

Topics for Practice areas and interests

  • Immigration & Ayslym (8)
  • Children’s Law (5)
  • In-house Practice (5)
  • Residential Property (5)
  • Family Law (2)
  • Private Client (2)
  • Tax (2)
  • Mental Health (1)
  • Banking
  • Capital Markets and other areas of law
  • Catastrophic Injury
  • Clinical Negligence
  • Commercial & Contract Law
  • Commercial Propery
  • Corporate Law
  • Criminal Law
  • Dispute Resolution
  • Intellectual Property
  • Local Government
  • Mental Capacity
  • Personal Injury
  • Professional Negligence
  • Immigration & Ayslym (8)
  • Children’s Law (5)
  • In-house Practice (5)
  • Residential Property (5)
  • Family Law (2)
  • Private Client (2)
  • Tax (2)
  • Mental Health (1)
  • Banking
  • Capital Markets and other areas of law
  • Catastrophic Injury
  • Clinical Negligence
  • Commercial & Contract Law
  • Commercial Propery
  • Corporate Law
  • Criminal Law
  • Dispute Resolution
  • Intellectual Property
  • Local Government
  • Mental Capacity
  • Personal Injury
  • Professional Negligence