About London Legal Training

What we do

Our public conferences and courses are presented by speakers who are leaders in their field. Delegates to our conferences and courses are provided with refreshments throughout the day and where the conference or course is a full day event lunch is also provided. Delegates receive on the day a package of material designed by each speaker specifically for use in their presentation. Where appropriate workshops are used to illustrate and clarify complex legal areas. At London Legal Training we are fully aware of the need for each event to be delegate proactive. To this end we ensure that adequate breaks are taken to enable delegates to meet each other and to network and to discuss matters which have arisen during the day.

Our in house training is specifically designed only after thorough discussion with you, the client. At London Legal Training we only use practitioners who are leaders in their field. Our aim is to design training which you feel your staff need. We can design our training for short two hour sessions, half or full day training or even a series of rolling events. Our in house training is designed to fit around your needs and your staff availability. In addition, we can provide where required either evening or weekend training. We are also able to arrange weekend training at hotels at various locations throughout England and Wales.

History

London Legal Training was established by Nigel Lipton in May 2000 to provide both public and in house legal training for solicitors, barristers, accountants and company personnel. Nigel is a solicitor, lecturer, writer and occasional radio broadcaster. He qualified as a solicitor with the city law firm of Field Fisher Martineau (which is now Field Fisher Waterhouse) and spent several years in private practice with firms in both London and Buckinghamshire. In 1991 he joined The College of Law in London where he obtained extensive lecturing and training experience. Over his eight year period at The College of Law, the last four of which as a senior lecturer, he held at various times the posts of Branch Head of Media and Entertainment law, Branch Head of Conveyancing and Deputy Branch Head of Advocacy. In September 1999 he left The College of Law to establish London Legal Training, and to write a book called "Music: The Law and Music Contracts" published by XPL Professional Publishing (formerly published by CLT Professional Publishing), and to establish Liptons, a specialist niche media and entertainment law firm. Nigel has also written articles for the legal press and has considerable broadcasting experience on both national and local radio.