Solon, the famous Athenian statesman, said once "I always learn as I age". And this is the epitome of the concept of what today we call Continuing Professional Development (CPD).
All professionals nowadays need some form of CPD courses. Some professional bodies require a minimum amount of CPD each year for their members to be in good standing. Both the Law Societies of England and Scotland have set a minimum amount of hours required for solicitors to attend each year.
Strathclyde Forensics offers a range of CPD courses designed to help modern solicitors enhance their business and litigation skills. Some are more advanced and some are designed for old school lawyers who want to get more involved with technology, the web, without the need to get too technical.
Our courses can be delivered at your place, or in organized classes (usually held in hotel or business conference rooms. Soon our courses will be available online as a self-study option.
Our courses include, but are not limited to:
a Social Media for lawyers. (introduction) a Using Twitter & Tweetdeck a Linkedin and Facebook (advanced) a Google as a research tool for lawyers a Websites, Domain Names and Business Emails a Lawyers & the Cloud a Lawyers & IT security. Secure your clients' data at work.
a Understanding Digital Evidence (introduction) a Incident Response. Integrity and preservation of digital evidence. a Digital Evidence & Employment Tribunals a Digital Evidence & Criminal Cases a Digital Evidence & Civil Cases a Digital Evidence & Family Court Cases a Digital Evidence in child pornography cases