To gain an overview of the Civil Litigation and Civil Law system. This is ideal knowledge building for a Legal Secretary, Legal Administrator or anyone looking to gain a beginner / intermediate level overview of the Civil Legal system and terms.
This is designed for non-lawyers and legal support staff wishing to work within, or to understand, the Civil Law sphere. It provides students with a thorough grasp of practice and procedure of Litigation, and the associated rules and principles applied by the courts.
The course provides a comprehensive overview on the major areas of civil litigation. It is taught either by distance or by distance and with some attendance. Both options are supported by an experienced Legal Professional tutor.
The unit will consist of selected topics chosen from the following general principles and practice of civil litigation, including; the organisation, jurisdiction and functions of the civil courts and of the legal profession.
Who is this course for?
This is designed for non-lawyers and legal support staff wishing to work within, or to understand, the Civil Law sphere.
It is very good to be aware of for protection of your rights and being able to defend your legal rights in the UK.
This is designed for non-lawyers and legal support staff wishing to work within, or to understand, the Civil Law sphere.It is great for building knowledge of the area for Legal Secretaries, Legal Admin, Paralegals and others. However, it has use to people outside of law looking for knowledge of the Civil Law system.
Rating and reviews
There haven't been any reviews for this course yet.
Please sign in to review this course.
This course is advertised on reed.co.uk by the Course Provider, whose terms and conditions apply. Purchases are made directly from the Course Provider, and as such, content and materials are supplied by the Course Provider directly. Reed is acting as agent and not reseller in relation to this course. Reed's only responsibility is to facilitate your payment for the course. It is your responsibility to review and agree to the Course Provider's terms and conditions and satisfy yourself as to the suitability of the course you intend to purchase. Reed will not have any responsibility for the content of the course and/or associated materials.