Seminars

What you get

  • £180 for 3 hours verifiable CPD; 50% off for Trainee Solicitors
  • Face-to-face workshops with expert speakers
  • Premium central locations across Scotland in partnership with the Radisson Blu
  • Certificate provided on completion
  • Comprehensive hard copy learning manual provided on the day
  • Speaker: Alan Eccles

    2-5pm; 3hrs CPD

    Alan Eccles speaks on the pitfalls and possibilities of protecting the family home, including inheritance tax, the technicalities of gifting homes, and care home planning.

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    CCPD are delighted to be partnering with Cancer Research UK for this event.

    Speaker: Iain Doran and guests

    2-5pm; 3hrs CPD

    Many commercial property solicitors regularly advise on development transactions – yet very rarely are the fundamental principles of the way the system works explained.

    Speaker: Tim Edward

    2-5pm; 3hrs CPD

    Recent changes to regulations have led to firms and their employees receiving substantial penalties for not adhering to risk and compliance rules.

    Speakers: Alan McMillan; Alan Innes

    2-5pm; 3hrs CPD

    The Scottish Law Commission has recently consulted on commercial leases. This seminar will demonstrate how costly lease termination can be when you get it wrong.

    Speaker: Tony Hadden

    2-5pm; 3hrs CPD

    This course will provide attendees with an understanding of the key issues to be aware of when advising clients about sexual harassment issues.

    Speaker: Andrew Upton

    2-5pm; 3hrs CPD

    When something goes wrong, the fallout will be expensive, time-consuming, and emotive. It is important to know the various options open to clients.

    Speaker: Ross Taylor

    2-5pm; 3hrs CPD

    This seminar will look at some of the problems that have arisen from application of the usual missives process to new build properties; as well as the risks involved in standard builders’ missives.

    Speaker: Tim Edward

    2-5pm; 3hrs CPD

    This seminar offers a review of the main rules relating to Judicial Expenses in the Sheriff Court and Court of Session and an update on changes envisaged through the Taylor Reforms.