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Online short courses for law professionals and law graduates

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Clearlaw is a South African company committed to improving the quality of the services offered by and the role of the legal profession. Our multidisciplinary team has decades of experience. We also know what clients want and don’t want from their legal advisors. This gives us unique insight when curating quality content for your ongoing legal education on this platform.

ONLINE COURSES

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

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PSYCHOMETRIC TESTS

To find out where your strengths lie, complete ClearlawSA’s psychometric test that has been designed especially for law graduates and young lawyers. The first 100 graduates to sign up will receive 500MB to 1GB of data. Valid until end January 2020.*

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About PlaceMe

PlaceMe offers opportunities for graduates who are not able to find employment after university to upskill in a working environment in the public or private sector. Employers gain BEE points and ETI benefits.

A 12-month internship with a PlaceMe partner is divided into different time blocks in a variety of areas where law is practised.

Together with Clearlaw’s blended learning offerings, we expose young would-be lawyers to the numerous opportunities that may otherwise pass them by and help build bridges for law graduates to support youth skills development. To find out where your strengths lie, take our psychometric test.

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About CPD Points for Lawyers

When the National Legal Practice Council make regulations to introduce the requirement for continuing professional development (CPD), earning CPD points will become mandatory for law professionals. Clearlaw’s learning management system is aligned with CPD requirements reflecting the number of points that you will gain for key criteria, such as attendance, completion and competence. Any combination of courses and points will qualify.

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