Make sure you comply with the danger areas in the current crime and civil contracts.
If you need to attend a course to qualify as a legal aid supervisor, or check that you are up to date with the latest requirements, this is the course for you! Legal aid supervisors need knowledge of their subject and practice experience, which we can’t do for you; but if you are new to supervision, or haven’t supervised a full-time equivalent caseworker in the past 5 years, this course will ensure you meet the LAA’s Generic Supervisor Requirements (Section 2(ii) of the Supervisor Self-Declaration Forms).
If you can’t pay online, contact LAPG Learning & Development Co-ordinator, Andrea Shumaker, on firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place.
Many thanks to Herbert Smith Freehills, Hogan Lovells, Irwin Mitchell, NE Law Centre and Slater and Gordon for hosting our recent face-to-face courses.
Comments from delegates
‘We haven’t been offered anything like this before- we were all pleased to see that this course had been offered as its useful for all legal aid solicitors, no matter what level. It’s good to go back to basics.’
‘It was a refresher course which was very helpful.’
‘Good – logical structure.’
‘It was easy to navigate and clear to understand.’
‘The course was easy to use and follow.’
‘I think for beginners to legal aid, it is perfect.’
‘It was a useful refresher on completing means and merits assessments for Legal Aid cases.’
‘To understand the different types of funding available other than certificated matters.’
‘Very useful in improving my understanding of the subject.’