Today's Training

Today’s Training, brought to you by the publishers of Today’s Conveyancer, Today’s Wills & Probate and Today’s Family Lawyer provides a range of online training topics for practitioners.

Brought to you by experts on the subject, these short courses are designed to provide practical advice and guidance for your day-to-day roles.

The courses count toward Continuing Competence and certificates can be provided for evidence.

All our sessions are recorded and available for 30 days after the live event; so even if you cannot make the live session, make sure to book on to receive the recording for later viewing. If you have any questions about the training, or would like to discuss becoming one of our expert speakers please contact David Opie on 0800 133 7127 or email [email protected].

For further details of our upcoming courses please click on the links below:

In July 2020, The Law Society published its practice note dealing with financial abuse. This made clear that practitioners, including those conducting private client work, have a responsibility to be aware of financial abuse and to understand their role in preventing it.

In this online session brought to you by Today’s Training, part of Today’s Wills and Probate, John Lambe and Victoria Motley of Forbes solicitors will be joined by Tom Gosling of 23 Essex Street Chambers to discuss financial abuse of vulnerable persons and the steps that can be taken to protect their position.

Simply register now to review this session from Holly Chantler, head of the Private Client team at Morrisons Solicitors LLP, who will outline the relevant legal (statutory, guidance and case law) framework and to give confidence in identifying where capacity may be an issue and how to deal with it.

The session is aimed at legal practitioners and medical practitioners (including paralegals and trainee solicitors, or equivalent, social workers and case managers) who are inexperienced in applying the Mental Capacity Act 2005 in the assessment of capacity in their day-to-day practice.  It is relevant for all areas of legal practice.

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