Centre for Professional Legal Studies shares knowledge and expertise at mediation event
25 Ebrill 2016
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Continuing professional development is a key part of any career and Law is certainly no exception.
This month, the Centre for Professional Legal Studies (CPLS) hosted a Mediation Update and Mock Mediation event for legal professionals and students. The event, the second of its kind, was attended by over 80 delegates and run in conjunction with the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and sponsored by Barristers 3 Paper Buildings with involvement from the Association of Wales and Border Counties Mediators.
Professor Angela Devereux, Director of CPLS welcomed the participating professionals before the start of the event. Barrister Paul Newman of 3 Paper Buildings delivered a legal update. This was followed by a mock mediation which was chaired by Stephen Probert, Deputy Director of the Intellectual Property Office.
The event is part of an ongoing programme of events aimed at building relationships between CPLS and the legal profession. The Centre has over 25 years’ experience in providing legal education and training for the legal professions and has an established reputation for the excellence of its teaching.”