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International Lawyers' Training Programme (ILTP)


The Law Society's ILTP provides quality CPD accredited courses delivered by leading international trainers to qualified lawyers from all jurisdictions.

New courses announced for Dubai, Kazakhstan and Nigiera.

In these interactive sessions you will explore theory and international best practice through practical exercises, case studies and discussion.

Magna Carta in the US: The enduring legacy

Law Society president Andrew Caplen reflects on the legacy of Magna Carta in the USA as we approach the 800th anniversary next year.

In August  I attended the American Bar Association’s annual meeting in Boston. With over 7,000 lawyers from the US and beyond it was a great opportunity to discuss issues affecting the profession around the world.

Get involved: World Bank 'Women, Business and the Law' project

The World Bank Group’s Women, Business and the Law team is looking for lawyers specialising in family law, employment law and gender based violence to get involved in its pro bono global research project.

Doing legal business in South Korea: new guide for solicitors

The latest in our 'Doing legal business' series looks at South Korea.

The report provides an overview of the legal profession, the legal services market and the regulations for foreign lawyers and law firms.

Free webinar for Asian lawyers: How to re-qualify as a solicitor through the QLTS

Are you a qualified Asian lawyer who has thought about practising law in England and Wales?

To learn how to get your passport to an international career, register now for our free webinar on Wednesday 12 November 2014.

QLTS: Montserrat now 'recognised jurisdiction'

Montserrat has been added to the recognised jurisdictions list for the Qualified Lawyers Transfer Scheme (QLTS). Montserrat attorneys-at-law can now dual-qualify as solicitors of England and Wales.