“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”

Nelson Mandela

To become a lawyer, is to attend university all your life. Due to the nature of our work, the ever-changing world we live in based on technologies, and new innovations which make our lives better, lawyers need to stay curious and make continuous learning a priority.

Although the Law often takes time to catch up with new developments, it is lawyers who take the lead in helping clients comply and safely navigate through changes or conflicts. The legal profession is further dependent on senior lawyers transferring skills and knowledge to the next generation lawyers.

The purpose of this “Learning Room” page of LWFH is to provide an opportunity for lawyers to offer training and learning resources to other lawyers.

It can take a lot of time, expertise, marketing efforts and costs to develop and present high quality resources for learning and training purposes. To encourage lawyer trainers and resource developers to participate and support continuous professional development of lawyers, it is proposed that lawyers pay lawyers for products and services offered here. However, lawyers are also welcome to share free resources.

If you as LWFH lawyer are interested to offer learning or development resources or events to other lawyers on LWFH, on topics of the Law, management of a legal practice, or lawyer life, in the forms of E-Books, textbooks, Webinars or training courses, please let us know, to enable us to assist you with the presentation and marketing here.

Review our current learning offerings:

A short and helpful PDF E-Book explaining the life cycles of every legal practice written by Emmie de Kock.
The Corona crisis is an interruption for every legal practice. Lockdown Level 5 has put most South African legal practices in the phase of “death or renewal”. Which option did you choose?
Click on the Product to open or download the E-Book.

Note: Publishing offerings on this page is subject to the Trainer Terms & Conditions.