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Training courses for law firms

Written and designed by former lawyers, our skills based training courses for lawyers are praised by clients as being focused, hugely relevant and engaging.

With increasing reliance on paralegals in the modern law firm we’ve developed a comprehensive portfolio of training courses specifically for paralegals.

Busy lawyers need to be able to access training courses at a time (and place!) that’s convenient for them. That’s why we’ve developed a portfolio of e-learning courses specifically for lawyers and law firms.

We’ve been delivering the Professional Skills Course to trainee solicitors for over a decade.  Our training courses are designed to challenge young lawyers and to bring out their full potential.

Law firms need highly skilled business services staff if they want to deliver a great service to clients. We have worked with clients to develop courses specifically for business support staff.

Every lawyer wants a great legal secretary. Our courses for legal secretaries will help them to deliver fantastic service to their fee-earners and to clients.

Legal project management

Get to grips with this essential skill for modern lawyers

Why Kinch Robinson?

Firstly, we make sure that we understand your training needs. Then (and this is the killer point) we use our imagination and talented trainers to deliver practical training that’s both focused and fun. Our training courses can be accessed via e-learning, group sessions or one-to-one – whichever way – you get great results.

 

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Engagement letters - watch your language!

By Kinch Robinson on 11/22/2016
Law firms aren’t quite getting it right…their language, that is. So says a qualitative research report into the effectiveness of Client Care Letters. The report was jointly commissioned by key players in the legal services market, including the Bar Standards Board, the Solicitors Regulation Authority, CiLex and so on. Whilst my more cynical readers are thinking “What a relief. They can co-operate about something!” the rest of us can focus on what the report has to say.