The first online learning platform for law professionals and people who want to know more about law

Self-paced interactive video and text-based courses

Clearlaw is a South African company committed to improving the quality of legal services and providing practical insights into law and legal matters.

Our multi-disciplinary team, many of whom are members of the law society, has decades of experience in business law and legal practice.  We produce and curate quality content for legal education.

ONLINE COURSES

ClearlawSA offers online courses to fit your schedule and your career goals. Enhance your skills by signing up today.

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PSYCHOMETRIC ASSESSMENT

To find out where your strengths lie, complete ClearlawSA’s psychometric test that has been designed especially for law graduates and young lawyers.  This is now available – register and pay.  Read more…

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COURSES

Making headway as a graduate or young lawyer

Graduates and young lawyers face serious social and financial challenges in 2020.  The economic environment, particularly during the pandemic, has also taken an emotional toll.  It must seem impossible to move the needle in these circumstances.

This infographic illustrates some of the other issues law graduates feel are blocking their path to the future, and was compiled following a survey of law students and graduates about their workplace readiness.   Similar concerns are apparent from posts on social media group pages.

There is no better time to register on Clearlaw.

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Clearlaw’s affordable online courses, or ‘micro-learning’ for all legal practitioners are in line with international best practise in continuing legal development.

You can boost your confidence by improving your knowledge base and get some insight into the workings of a future workplace.  You can dive deeper into topics you may have learnt about but are unclear how to put into practise, like drafting; or understand what is required from legal practitioners to measure up to the ethical standards of a ‘fit and proper’ person.

Addressing soft skills such as self-confidence, communication skills, problem-solving, time-management and even dress code must seem unimportant in the face of all of the current turmoil, and yet they could also create the stepping stones you need for your future.

Our partners have also built unit-standard accredited courses to equip you with these important but less tangible tools.  Find out more by contacting info@clearlawsa.org.za for individual or group classes all of which can take place online during lockdown.

@ClearlawSA

- 3 days ago

#lawyers #lawstudents #lawgraduates have you taken our fully-automated psychometric assessment to test your skills for a #career in #law? Get a high level or detailed report to add to your #CV. Developed by a lawyer, industrial and research psychologist @ClearlawSA
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@ClearlawSA

- 16 days ago

@mmarkovitz: Watching to see how an @elonmusk-controlled #Twitter is planning to navigate the #DigitalServicesAct & #DigitalMarketsAct in Europe. Unlike US regulatory counterparts, @EU_Commission shows it can walk (protect free expression) & chew gum (protect internet users) at the same time https://t.co/XlQ0zPjI7k
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@ClearlawSA

- 21 days ago

Take 3 micro-learning #courses online, in your own time, and get the 4th one free!! Learn how to deal with force majeure (events out of your control like floods and Covid), #risk management and #compliance, and many other topics #learnlaw #lawtwitter #beyourbestself #LawSchool
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- 23 days ago

Feeling like you need a change? Take a micro-learning online course on the @ClearlawSA platform and see if we can interest you in something different #learnlaw #law #changeitup #Challengeyourself
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@ClearlawSA

- 41 days ago

Isn't it time to revise the 1963 Act? Sign on the virtual line – commissioning #affidavits in the digital era - De Rebus https://t.co/BhYuICZEME
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@ClearlawSA

- 48 days ago

To this you can add abusive treatment of patients, discriminatory charges for SA citizens and others, complete failure of care, incomprehensible reports, illiterate staff, deliberate delays, lack of oversight, wasting resources https://t.co/tNIeOe6nQs via @City_Press
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