NWLC Barristers Portal 2021 – 2025

The NWLC have now extended their Barristers Portal for a further 4 years to 31st March 2025.

New Chambers are now invited to apply for registration.

Registration Packs are available from Beryl Heath, Consortium Development Manager at info@nwlegalconsortium.com

Latest Consortium News and More

We’ve added a new face to face training event to the NWLC Training Programme

Its a Property Update to be jointly presented by Geldards and DAC Beachcroft in Manchester on 8th March 2023

see details here – https://www.nwlegalconsortium.com/course/property-update-2/

 

Your Consortium Quarterly, Winter  Edition 2022 is now published

https://online.pubhtml5.com/dukc/aygz/

 

See the NWLC’s Second Social Value Annual Report

NWLC Social Value Report 2021-22

 

Consortium Training Courses – NWLC Training Programme

NEW!

The NWLC FREE Training Programme for 2022/23 is now available to view at  https://www.nwlegalconsortium.com/courses/

Staff from member organisations should log in to the secure area of the website to book their places using the individual link for each event

And don’t forget that recordings of all the past year’s webinars are available to download or view from the website.

Please log in to access these recordings.

These webinars are available to you free of charge.

 

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

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07Dec

NWLC Consortium Quarterly – Winter Edition 2022

Your latest Consortium Quarterly, Winter Edition 2022 is now published

See all the latest news and articles of current interest

https://online.pubhtml5.com/dukc/aygz/

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05Dec

NWLC Lexis Nexis Legal Updater for CQ10

Your latest Quaterly Updater from Lexis Nexis is now available – follow the link

Lexis Nexis Legal Updater for NWLC CQ10

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29Sep

NWLC Consortium Quarterly – Autumn Edition 2022

Your latest Consortium Quarterly Magazine, Autumn Edition, 2022 is now available

Follow the link to read all about it –

https://online.pubhtml5.com/dukc/rhgo/

 

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Up & Coming Courses

All Courses
16Feb

Maternity Rights, Menopause and other tricky issues

Level: Intermediate

Presenter: Helen Snow, Partner, Geldards

The extension of maternity rights in the context of redundancy, the rights of new mothers in the workplace, pregnancy loss policies, rights during IVF …

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08Mar

Property Update

This is a face to face event, to be presented jointly by Geldards and DAC Beachcroft, in Manchester

The Programme

9.15-9.45am: Registration

9.45 – 11:00    Property Law Update, including reference to a recent …

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15Mar

Pensions: TUPE and Outsourcing

Level: Intermediate

Presenter: Beth Brown, Partner, DAC Beachcroft

Overview of session – There has been an increase in public sector transfers/outsourcing arrangements.  This session will cover considerations which arise in relation …

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