British Legal Centre News and Events

News and Events

New training dates, topics, and venues for 2018

February 2. 2018

We have added the next round of dates, topics and venues for 2018 legal training events, including training in some Countries which we have not visited before, including Iran, Malaysia, and Singapore.

New Courses and Course dates for 2018

December 29. 2017

We have added the next round of dates, topics and venues for 2018 legal training events, including training in some Countries which we have not visited before, including Iran, Malaysia, and Singapore.

Summer School e-brochure now available - Discounts

January 25. 2017

We hold Summer and Residential Schools in many Countries but the legal schools we hold in Ireland tend to be the most fun for the participants. They mix practical legal English law and training in a wide range of legal skills.

New CPD Training Programme for Dubai

November 28. 2015

Following on from our new partnership with the University of Dubai, you can find details of the dates and topics of the CPD Training Events which we will be running with the University at the future seminars page.

Pay for your courses lesson by lesson

July 16. 2013

We know that a lot of our students are still studying at university and have not yet qualified. We understand therefore the paying for a course in advance can be difficult. To help our students overcome this difficulty we have now changed our software so that students can pay lesson by lesson, each time they log on to view a new broadcast.

Counterfeit Goods: an important Canadian precedent case

August 16. 2011

The Canadian federal court has issued a severe warning to counterfeiters of high-end luxury goods in Canada. In a recent trademark case involving copyright infringement the court awarded damages of $1.98 million for copyright and trademark infringement with a further punitive damages award of $500,000.

Letter writing skills

July 28. 2011

As a lawyer your competence will often be judged from the style, tone and content of your writing. Its neither fair nor accurate in assessing ability but it is a fact of life that when we read a letter we tend to build up a mental picture of the person who wrote it.