As career beginner youth lawyers, London Advocacy understand that all youth lawyers want to receive the very best training in the least disruptive way possible. We have developed a wide range of skills-based training courses for lawyers to suit a modern-day legal professional’s needs and requirements. Our training is suitable for all levels of law firm personnel, from legal support and paralegals, and solicitors who are just started their career in law.
Our training programme is written and designed by experienced and practising lawyers, and youth lawyers praise our courses as being focused, hugely relevant and engaging.
Our experienced trainers deliver one-to-one training or group sessions; plus, we have developed an impressive bank of e-learning courses that you can purchase and access anytime, anywhere.
Our training involves interactive exercises and breakout sessions delivered by leading justice lawyers. The training is tailored to meet all practitioners’ needs so can be an introductory training for solicitors new to the practice or refresher training for more experienced solicitors.
You may also like to contact us to receive our discounted and free training email updates.
We are collaborating with different human rights organizations to train future human rights lawyers. One particular subject area we are interested in is the Targeted Sanctions Regimes, a.k.a. the Magnitsky Sanctions.
As part of a series of events, we invited an experienced human rights lawyers to lead a workshop on how to file applications for Magnitsky Sanctions. Our next workshop will take place on March via virtual meeting. Please contact us for further details.
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We provide free consultancy services to asylum seekers and refugees including training and support opportunities since 2016. Our main beneficiaries are adult asylum seekers and immigrants majority of whom from BAME and vulnerable communities. Most of them must navigate complex rules and procedures, and they often continue to face substantial barriers to integration in terms of access to social life, employment…
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London Advocacy is committed to support training and lifelong learning for its service users, volunteers and employees, recognising that during the COVID-19 pandemic, vulnerable communities must be the priority. There are a series of seminars and workshops organised by the London Advocacy and by its partner organizations. Our aim is to help people quickly adopt…
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We are launching a legal campaign called the Human Rights Accountability Project to have prominent abusers of human rights around the World placed on the United Kingdom’s sanction list. This will be a springboard for similar submission in the United States and the European Union. Our rationale of this project is that many of the victims…
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