According to the latest statistics from the legal CPD year of 2020/2021, there's a clear trend on what lawyers are focusing on developing: soft skills. Lawyers need to deal effectively with people, establish strong relationships, and overcome challenges to succeed. We've collected some statistics to help you plan upcoming legal CPD activities and future proof your legal career.
Since the mandatory CPD scheme was first introduced it has not seen many significant changes. But the legal profession and the demands on lawyers are rapidly evolving. This raises the question, what is the future of legal CPD? And why is it still important for lawyers to do mandatory CPD? In this blog article we’ll explore the value of continuing professional development and look ahead to give you three predictions for the future.
With the legal CPD deadline fast approaching, you might be looking for ideas on what topics you should prioritise with your next CPD course. That’s why we have put together a list of the 10 most popular courses so far in 2021. We hope it will help you to quickly choose your next interactive course and get CPD compliant online before March 31!
LawCPD has unveiled its new learner dashboard - MyCPD - which enables lawyers to get real-time updates on their CPD compliance, receive personalised recommendations and rapidly share a summary of the CPD activities with external stakeholders.
Lawyers have been required to adapt to a series of significant changes due to the coronavirus (COVID-19). These changes have impacted every aspect of how lawyers practice, and even how they complete their CPD. Keep up to date with how you can stay CPD compliant and learn more about how your local CPD rules have changed due to COVID-19.