Law Soc education head defends training reforms

Swallow, Matheu
July 2005
Lawyer;7/18/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 28, p60
Trade Publication
Reports that the Law Society's head of education and training Julie Swan has issued a robust defense of its proposals for training reform on the conclusion of the consultation period in England. Creation of the Training Framework Review; Improvement of the access to the law profession; Support for the objectives of the society. INSET: The key proposals.


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