YOUR MONTHLY E-BULLETIN – Issue 54; June 2017

Latest Consortium News

Annual Training Survey – It’s out now!

We have now published the link to the Annual Training survey so please do take just
a few minutes to complete this short survey.

Take it from here….

It is important and really helpful to receive your feedback as the results do feed into the design and content of the NWLC Training Programme for the coming training year.

The new programme should be available from July time, with the new year’s training courses starting in September.

In the meantime…

Consortium Annual Training Event – Hold the Date

We are pleased to announce that this year’s Annual Training Event will take place on Tuesday October 3rd at the St Helens Rugby Stadium in St Helens.

We have our main morning speaker booked already and are busy finalising the rest of the
event programme with our partner firm support coming this year from Hill Dickinson.

You can read all about our speaker, Rene Barrett on the courses page of the website.

The event is FREE to delegates from Consortium member organisations.

The full programme details will be published as soon as possible BUT you can make your bookings now through the Consortium website. Why wait?

We look forward to seeing you there.

An opportunity to help each other?

Can South Lakeland help you out?

Nicola Hartley, Solicitor with South Lakeland Council obtained her Higher Rights of Audience
in Criminal Advocacy in July 2012 which entitles her to exercise rights of audience in all criminal proceedings in the higher courts.

South Lakeland District Council would like to offer her services as a Crown Court solicitor advocate to any Council that wishes to save money on counsel’s fees.

Nicola is an experienced advocate having dealt with in a range of criminal prosecutions,
including food hygiene, revenues and benefits fraud, environmental offences, health and safety and licensing appeals at crown court.

Interested? Please contact Anthea Lowe Solicitor to the Council on on 01539 793305 if you wish to make further enquiries.

June newsletter 2017