We are delighted to announce that our performance support toolkit has been formally verified by The Law Society of Scotland as contributing to the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) of Scottish solicitors.
Rob Marrs, Head of Education at the Law Society of Scotland says:
“From what I’ve seen of the GoodPractice product, I feel it complies not just with the letter of our CPD guidance and requirements but also the spirit of what we are trying to achieve with CPD – to help ensure that solicitors remain up to date and can do so in a way that suits their own educational needs.”
An ongoing commitment to CPD is a mandatory requirement for practising solicitors in Scots Law. Both new and practising lawyers are encouraged to use their CPD allocation to ensure they have the skills, knowledge and experience necessary to succeed in their roles.
The GoodPractice toolkit is an ideal resource to support ongoing CPD as it contains a wealth of practical tools designed to improve leadership and management performance.
This recognition from The Law Society of Scotland is a major new development for GoodPractice, and underlines the high quality of the resources in our performance support toolkit. We are now putting this into practice by working with a major Scottish law firm to help improve and diversify the quality of their CPD offering.
As Carolyn Freeman, Senior Account Manager at GoodPractice comments:
“I am delighted that The Law Society of Scotland have chosen to recognise our performance support toolkit as contributing to the range of CPD activities that solicitors undertake. This demonstrates real commitment to developing the leadership and management skills of the legal profession, both now and for the future.”