Lawyers and Continuing Legal Education

While legal practitioners certainly learn daily in their chosen areas of law, is this kind of ‘on the job’ learning sufficient to ensure that legal services are delivered to the highest levels of quality, professionalism, value and innovation? Keeping up to date with case law, changes in legislation and trends in the legal field, while maintaining high standards, is difficult, especially for practising lawyers with full caseloads. Clearlaw’s continuing legal education (CLE) programme helps you improve the quality of your and your team’s services as lawyers or legal professionals.

Everyone needs to be clear about Law

We know that most people who aren’t lawyers don’t even read the smallprint when they to sign an agreement or agree to terms and conditions for services.  They assume they won’t understand it and anyway there’s nothing you can do about it.

You won’t be a lawyer if you do our courses, but you will understand – among other things – what an NDA is, whether you should agree to a fixed term contract, what your rights are if you buy something and it doesn’t work, why you need a Will, and what your lease means. 

@ClearlawSA

- 3 days ago

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- 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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- 21 days ago

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- 24 days ago

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- 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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- 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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