We are happy to announce the dates for the 2017 Seminar Series! Our free training sessions are available for people working for charities, community groups and organisations in Greater Manchester. The seminar series will cover aspects of family, housing and immigration law and will be delivered by solicitors specialising in each area of law.
At WTB Solicitors LLP we are often told by our professional referrers that they would like to develop a greater understanding of legal issues so that they in turn can support their service users more effectively. We hope that by delivering these seminars we can help our professional referrers achieve that goal and in turn provide people in our community with better knowledge of what help they could access. The topics have been chosen following feedback received from seminars delivered in 2016.
The dates and topics for the seminars are as follows:
- 2nd March: Latest Update on Immigration Law
- 4th May: The Impact of Domestic Violence on Children Proceedings
- 8th June (full) and 20th June: Housing Law: Homelessness (an in depth study)
- 19th October: Latest Developments in Divorce and Cohabitation Dispute Resolution
The seminars will be held at our office and will start at 9.30am. Sessions last between one and two hours.
Places are limited so book yours soon to avoid disappointment!
If you would like a seminar delivered for free at your offices and can gather together for the day a minimum of 10 people, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange the most suitable day for everybody.
We have a proven history of working with local charities and community groups and have received positive feedback for our training sessions:
“The trainer was really good to listen to and his passion for the work is clear, giving me confidence if needed to use the service in the future. A good refresher on certain topics too”
“Excellent training. Enlightening. Interesting. Useful. Just want more!”
“Brilliant- much needed!”
“Very informative session – looking forward to the next one!”
“Very informative and communicated in a way that was clear and easy to follow/understand”