Employment Law Seminars

Employment Law Seminars

Keeping up with changes to the legislation and regulatory environment is a challenge for even the largest organisations. That’s why – in addition to our range of multimedia and e-learning employment law training programmes – we also provide in-depth seminars on current topics of importance for those, like HR managers and consultants, who need expert knowledge of employment and health and safety issues. Not only can the first class solicitors at ThomasMansfield assist, but we also call upon the resources of some of the country’s leading specialists. Our main speakers in 2013, for example, have included Queen’s Counsel and other senior barristers from major employment chambers. We also choose speakers who can talk engagingly and clearly about some of these complex issues. Our main event, a Mock Employment Tribunal, held in November 2013 was thoroughly enjoyed by all who attended and feedback included comments about it being a ‘brilliant insight’ and ‘very informative’.
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ThomasMansfield Mock Employment Tribunal

Lunch forums

For those who want to keep up with developments in employment law but would prefer a brief overview, we hold a series of popular lunch forums. These are usually delivered by one of our experienced solicitors and also serve as useful networking opportunities where professionals can meet and share their experiences. The events last around one and a half hours and are normally free of charge to attend.

Special Offer for Event Attendees

We offer everyone attending our events the opportunity of a free, no obligation employment contract review. This is limited to organisations who attend on the day and covers a single document.

If you would like to book to attend any of our events, then please complete the booking form or email anastasiya.day@thomasmansfield.com or telephone 0207 426 4900. We would also be happy to hear from you if you have any queries about our events, or if you have any suggestions for an event that you would find useful.