This complimentary e-book is packed with useful guidance from Private client experts who explain the practicalities when working in this area of law.
You might be currently working in Conveyancing, Family, Personal Injury or Criminal law or just thinking of returning to this area of law following a career break.
You might be thinking of starting up your own Private Client practice – or setting up a new team within your existing firm – if so, you will want to know what Private Client practice involves. Right?
It is without doubt one of the most rewarding areas of law and there is a shortage of Private Client practitioners. So what are you waiting for?
Preparation is key for any new career so if you want to get a better understanding of Private Client work first, then this is a good place to start….
- Just what does Wills, Probate, Trusts, Tax, Elderly client work entail?
- What law do you need to know?
- How are the different subjects connected to each other?
We have put together an eBook/PDF designed simply to give you a flavour of what is involved as well as to identify some resources that will help you on your journey.
If you’re new to Private Client work you might not know LawSkills. Here’s a bit more info on what we do and who we are:
LawSkills is owned and run by Gill Steel who is a solicitor and trainer of high standing in the legal community, Gill has earned considerable respect as a knowledgeable and compelling conference speaker with regular engagements throughout England and Wales. Read more and review Gill’s cv here.
Supported by her team of Sue, Helen, Gail, Elizabeth, Julie and Jenny, since 2000 Gill has built LawSkills into a specialist Private Client training and consultancy business.
The lecture was well received by all who attended, there was so much to take in, but Gill, as always, presented it in a way which makes it easier to grasp. Her notes are also most comprehensive and helpful.
Your course has really assisted my general understanding of trust’s and tax and provided me with a solid foundation to build upon. The notes you prepared have provided an excellent source of reference and your diagrams aided my understanding of a difficult subject to get my head around. The ability to ask questions as they came up really help me learn as well.
The well structured course notes, using a chronological timeline which brings in the relevant law and procedure at the appropriate time. The notes should be a valuable ongoing companion and reference point too. I felt the course was excellent.
I thought the training was excellent. The feedback from the team was very positive. They all enjoyed the way in which the training was presented and found the day very informative. I would certainly use LawSkills again and hopefully there will be an opportunity to do so in the future.
Gill was a delight to work with. She has a thorough knowledge of her subject matter but explained it in a way which was easy to understand (even the dreaded tax element). Gill also enjoys her subject matter which was reflected in a positive learning experience. Highly recommend the course. The course has given me the confidence to move forward to retrain in a new area of law.
“Thank you for such a useful technical and practical session, all the feedback has been excellent. Gill provided such a clear path through the acronym maze of international trust reporting. It has been a delight to deal with Sue on the pre-seminar arrangements – total efficiency.”
"Thankfully, when my colleague was explaining some taxation to me today, I actually understood what she was saying so all round it [the course] was a success!" Taxation of Trusts course delegate