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By Sarah Rider
Did you know you that the Law Society has a collection of Case Studies for Study Groups hosted on the CPD section of our website and accessible for members interested in a flexible and convenient (and social!) way of obtaining CPD Hours?
A Study Group involves a group of lawyers getting together to discuss content that meets the criteria set out in the CPD Policy. The groups work best when there are 4-5 lawyers meeting to discuss the content set out in the Case Studies. This learning format is a great way to encourage creative thinking and build strong communication skills which also helps to refine understanding of the material!
Additional information regarding these great resources and how to apply for CPD Hours for your group can be found here.