Welcome to the CPD Portal

Welcome to the Law Society Continuing Professional Development Portal - a convenient one-stop point for your learning needs.

We are pleased to be a SILE-Accredited Training Institution for the mandatory CPD scheme.

Upcoming Events

Practice Area: Professional Skills   Training Level: General Managing clients in a professional services practice is never easy, particularly when confronted by a challenging client, be it a client who is overly aggressive or demanding, secretive, hostile, vengeful, mentally ill or one who is unwilling to accept advice rendered. How do you go about identifying and understanding their motivations? What practical steps can you take to protect your practice and neutralise their behaviour...
Practice Area: Private Client   Training Level: General This seminar is part of a series presented by the Law Society of Singapore’s Probate Practice Committee earlier this year. In this seminar which discusses contentious probate procedures in the Singapore context, the speaker addresses the following topics: · When do probate proceedings become contentious? · The meaning of contentious and non-contentious probate ·Steps to be taken before a matter becom...
Practice Area: Professional Skills   Training Level: General Financial statements are the key to understanding the financial position and performance of a company. They provide users with information on the financial health of a company, and provide clues as to how well the company is performing, vis a vis companies in the same industry. A clear understanding of financial statements and the basis on which they are drawn up will assist lawyers to better assess if explanations by client...
Practice Area: Private Client  Training Level: General This seminar is part of a series of Probate seminars presented by The Law Society of Singapore’s Probate Practice Committee earlier this year and focuses on the drafting of wills in the Singapore context. This seminar will discuss what solicitors should or are required to do when drafting wills, recent developments in the law affecting wills and probate, and pointers for drafting wills and other estate planning instruments for d...
Practice Area: Personal Injury   Training Level: General The Personal Injury/Property Damage (PIPD) Committee of The Law Society of Singapore is pleased to present this seminar.  Insurance Fraud is a growing problem around the world as well as here in Singapore. With this ever-growing problem, insurers and practitioners need to keep up to date with the types of fraud being committed, recent case law and proposed government and industry reforms. This seminar will guide you thro...
Practice Area: Family   Training Level: General The Muslim Law Practice Committee and The Probate Practice Committee of The Law Society of Singapore jointly organise this seminar on Muslim Inheritance Law. Article153 of the Singapore Constitution provides for the Legislature to make provision for regulating Muslim religious affairs. The Administration of Muslim Law Act (Cap. 3) was enacted for this purpose. What is the position in Singapore with regard to Muslim inheritance and suc...
Practice Area: Civil Procedure   Training Level: General Justice Bagnall famously declared in Cowcher v Cowcher [1971] 1 WLR 425 that equity is not past childbearing. The Singapore Courts in the past three years have delivered numerous legitimate progenies of equity, which have presented great opportunities for the resolution of trust disputes in Singapore. Rising asset values, our strategic geographical setting within booming Asia, and our rapid ascent to become a global interna...

Law Society's Training Roadmap for Members

Nuts and Bolts for the Learning Lawyer - this focuses on developing a firm foundation for basic skills required by new practitioners and those who wish to develop their skills in an existing practice area or to practise in a new practice area.

Latest Developments for the Busy Practitioner - this focuses on giving practitioners quick legal updates on case law and legislation and their implications in core areas of practice such as civil practice, corporate practice, conveyancing practice, criminal practice, family law practice and insolvency law practice.

Practice Management for the Savvy Practitioner -  this focuses on imparting practice knowledge and techniques to assist practitioners to manage and develop their law practices.

New Frontiers for the Cutting Edge Lawyer - this focuses on giving practitioners an insight into specialized and emerging areas of practice.

Legal Courses for Law Firm Staff - this focuses on supporting law firms through the delivery of knowledge, techniques and skills developments courses for law firm staff.