Consortium Training Courses – NWLC Webinar Programme

 

The NWLC FREE Training Programe is now loaded to the Website Courses page.

If you work for a Consortium Member Organisation these webinars are available to you free of charge.

You can find individual webinar registration links in the secure area of the website – please log in to access them.

 

 

 

 

Welcome to the NWLC

The NWLC is a Consortium made up of public authorities that wish to collaborate in the procurement and provision of quality legal services to their authorities. They wish to maximise efficiencies and increase the effectiveness of the external legal support they require to supplement their in-house provision.

To this end, following a rigorous procurement exercise, through its lead authority Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council, the NWLC has, entered into Framework Agreements with external solicitors firms for the provision of legal advice and support and with Barristers Chambers for the provision of advocacy and advice.

Building upon this successful collaboration, the Consortium authorities intend to increase inter-authority working and co-operation in the interests of increased efficiency and effectiveness.

Latest News

All News
20Jan

NWLC Consortium Quarterly – Winter Edition 2021

Here is the latest edition of your Consortium Quarterly, Winter 2021

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11Jan

Your Monthly E-Bulletin – December 2020/January 2021

LATEST CONSORTIUM NEWS

NWLC Sponsorship Support for Diploma in Local Government Law and Practice 2021/22
The Management Board has now published the detail around its offer of support to provide sponsorship
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26Nov

Your Monthly E-Bulletin – November 2020

LATEST CONSORTIUM NEWS

Exciting news: NWLC Sponsorship Support for Diploma in Local Government Law and
Practice 2021/22
The Management Board have recently approved the offer of support to provide sponsorship to …

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Up & Coming Courses

All Courses
27Jan

Planning & CPO

Presentation sub-topics:
(i) Changes to use classes
(ii) Changes to permitted development rights
(iii) Other proposed changes to the planning system (including the standard method for assessing need and the …

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03Feb

Property: Electronic Communications Code & Property Law

Electronic Communications Code and recent developments in property law.

Speakers Paul Hilsdon, David Watson and Liz Ganderton

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24Feb

Information Governance: Data Sharing & FOI

Data sharing by local authorities and a general update on Freedom of Information decisions of note.

Speakers  Lowri Phillips and Helen Snow

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