Our team of solicitors and consultants include some of the best known and experienced legal professionals in the business. You don’t have to work for TV Edwards to benefit from our extensive pool of knowledge. We offer a variety of training and consultancy programmes which can be tailored to your individual needs. Whether it is professional development to keep up with changes in case law or business consultancy for infrastructure/IT and billing, we have a service to meet your needs. We can come to your office or offer training and development in our Whitechapel conference rooms. We offer reduced prices to charitable and not for profit organisations.
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Meet the team:
Anthony Edwards – TV Edwards has been able to deliver successful and valuable training to Criminal Law Practioners through Anthony Edwards who runs the annual TMT Training courses nationally. The annual courses include Criminal Law related topics and updates, material for these courses are reviewed and re-written every six months ensuring they are relevant and up-to-date.
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Alison Leivesley – Alison regularly provides vocational as well as business development training. Family Law training includes training in children law, domestic abuse, so called ‘honour’ based violence and female genital mutilation for the profession and external agencies such as police forces, Local Authorities and third sector agencies. Alison can offer training for Housing and Family Law professionals in partnership with Jane Pritchard to cover the important cross over between the two areas.
Alison holds the LAPG Certificate in Practice Management and is an affiliate member of Chartered Management Institute. Work with family law departments includes assuring quality, business planning and strategy, improving profitability, and building and motivating your team
Carolyn Taylor – Mental Health Law training for legal professionals, charities and lay persons with an interest in the field.
Mark Ashford – Provides training in Youth Law and is able to offer a rounded programme including Community Care, Housing and Mental Health overlaps working with Jane Pritchard and Carolyn Taylor.