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Busy times ahead!

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07 Mar 2014

Sellick Partnership are now fully into the swing of our annual schedule, with events and conferences a regular occurrence!

Each year, we host CPD courses nationwide, covering a diverse range of topics and providing legal professionals with an opportunity to obtain CPD points whilst taking part in networking.

We also exhibit at a range of conferences nationwide, which is an excellent opportunity to develop business networks, as well as connect with those who are seeking recruitment advice. 

Most recently, we were extremely proud to be able to sponsor and exhibit at the Berkshire Justice Board Annual Conference. The conference saw a coming together of solicitors and social workers for a full day of presentations by some fantastic speakers, such as Lord Justice Ryder.

The presentations focused on covering a central topic around "Examining the tension between the Government agenda and recent Court of Appeal and Supreme Court decisions, and discussing the challenges for practitioners”. The day was a huge success, with positive feedback from both solicitors and social workers in attendance.

Another big event in our annual calendar is the Solicitors in Local Government Weekend School. It is fast approaching and is something that we look forward to each year. It provides a fantastic opportunity to meet and catch up with both clients and candidates alike, and this year our Non-Executive Director Rob Gee will be hosting a break out session called "If Life's A Journey Why Am I Standing Still?”

Having attended several of Rob's talks, I would highly recommend attending his break out session.

Our next event will be a CPD course that we are hosting in Manchester on Wednesday the 12th March. The course will focus on property law, and will be led by three extremely experienced advocates. Each attendee will receive 2 CPD points, free of charge. Places are limited, so if this is of interest please call us on 0161 834 1642 for further details.

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