Online Learning

ClearlawSA offers online courses for your continuing legal education. The content has been developed to enable legal practitioners to bank CPD points, increase their skill base, and improve employability.

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Courses may not be downloaded or printed and you should try to allocate time to complete each module at one time. However, you will be able to access the courses to complete it if you do not manage to do so at one time.

The full terms and conditions for accessing online learning may be found in the General Terms and Conditions including terms and conditions of payment. The price reflected on the site for each module may be discounted for large groups or students. Please contact info@clearlawsa.org.za for more information.

Continuing Legal Education

In most jurisdictions, professions and law firms, the simplest way to keep track of your commitment to continuing your legal education is to ensure that you obtain a number of points in a fixed period of time. The term “CPD points” has been used in many other countries and signifies the unit of compliance allocated to a learning activity. 

The LPC has not introduced a CPD regime for South Africa so we cannot give you CPD points, but to help you get used to this discipline, our system will record and store the time you spend doing online courses, and what you access and complete.

Monitoring and Recording

We track your access to the site, and the Knowledge and Learning Centres for two reasons. First, to make deductions about the suitability and interest value of the content and second, so that you will have your own record of what you have accessed, participated in, attended, or read.

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If you don’t want us to track this, you can simply opt out when you Register.

The rules that will apply to the tracking of your access can be found at “Monitoring and Recording” in the General Terms and Conditions.

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- 5 days ago

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- 10 days ago

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- 11 days ago

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- 16 days ago

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- 16 days ago

Is this permissible @fidfund? @LawSocietySA - didn’t this use to be an @LawSocietySA function? https://t.co/3yv5TNAuHQ
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