The Imperative for Continuing Professional Development

Most professionals commit to some sort of ongoing learning programme after qualifying. As providers of valuable services, it’s important to keep up with industry developments that impact your required skills.

In South Africa, any continuing legal education (CLE) has long been the duty of a law firm or the responsibility of individual lawyers.

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.

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