Jordan Publishing

Jordan Publishing

Description

Jordan Publishing Limited is the UK's leading privately-owned law publisher.

Our main aims are to:
* explain the law in context
* focus on quality, authoritative content at affordable prices
* respond quickly to ensure that our customers keep abreast of developments in the law
* be at the cutting edge of technology providing straightforward, practical information in the format customers want

Under the Jordans and Family Law imprints, we have a reputation for providing a high standard of customer service in legal publishing, and we pride ourselves on being able to respond quickly to customers' needs.

Top courses

  • Short course
  • London
    and 4 other venues
  • 1 Day

...Housing staff including. o housing officers/managers. o tenancy enforcement staff. o estate wardens. Police. o Community Liaison Officers. o Community Support Officers... Learn about: Criminal Justice Law... More


£ 250
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  • Event
  • London
  • 1 Day

...and international issues. Commentary will also be provided on how organisations are representing the interests of children in response to the ongoing challenges... Learn about: Childcare Law... More


£ 355
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  • Event
  • London
    and another venue.
  • 1 Day

...and mediation Current status of the proposed Family Procedure Rules Take this opportunity to meet your peers, network and get the information you need from leading practitioners... Learn about: Matrimonial Law, Divorce Law, Cohabitation Law... More


£ 435
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  • Event
  • London
  • 1 Day

...a leading speaker team to provide the latest updates and case reviews, including the two cases that have dominated the landscape, Agbaje and Radmacher... Learn about: Divorce Law, Matrimonial Law, Cohabitation Law... More


£ 385
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  • Short course
  • London
  • 1 Day

...To provide practical guidance on the common problems for solicitors, managers in adult social services and voluntary organisations who wish to develop... Learn about: Cohabitation Law, Divorce Law, Childcare Law... More


£ 245
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  • Short course
  • London
  • 1 Day

...To provide a comprehensive and practical coverage of the Companies Act 2006 and explain how delegates can fulfill their associated duties... Learn about: Company Law... More


£ 500
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  • Short course
  • Bristol
  • 1 Day

...the gift aid - and VAT point of view - how to get the mix right! Corporate giving: money or goods? New opportunities The expert panel of speakers... Learn about: Charity Law... More


£ 295
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  • Short course
  • Edinburgh (Scotland)
  • 1 Day

...Learn the latest information on the obligations involved in running a charity, how to avoid the penalties for non-compliance and ensure good governance... Learn about: Charity Law... More


£ 325
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Teachers and trainers (30)

Alastair Keatinge
Alastair Keatinge
Chairperson

Partner and Head of Charities, Lindsays Alastair specialises in advising on charity law and charity governance. He is accredited by the Law Society of Scotland as a specialist in Scottish charity law. Alastair advises charities of all types and sizes and is himself a charity trustee. Alastair is currently assisting a charity in taking a private Act through the Scottish Parliament and also has experience of a number of high profile charity mergers.

Anesh Pema
Anesh Pema
Speaker

Barrister, Zenith Chambers Anesh specialises in landlord and tenant matters comprising housing, general commercial and common law, possession proceedings and nuisance. He has developed a particular expertise in the field of anti-social behaviour law, as well as appearing in a number of the leading cases in recent years. He is a joint author of Anti-Social Behaviour Orders: A Special Bulletin (Jordans). He also regularly appears in possession proceedings both for tenants and landlords. Anesh lectures widely in the field including at national conferences on anti-social behaviour.

Anne Swarbrick
Anne Swarbrick
Speaker

Head of Charities, Anderson Strathern Anne is accredited by the Law Society of Scotland as a specialist in this area, on which she has focused since 1992. Before joining Anderson Strathern in 2004 she was the legal adviser to the Scottish Charities Office (SCO) and was latterly its Director. Thereafter she was Head of Investigations at SCO's successor, the recently established Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR). Anne is a regular speaker at seminars across the UK and acts for an increasing number of English registered charities in relation to their Scottish operations. ...

Anthony Douglas
Anthony Douglas
Speaker

Chief Executive, Cafcass Anthony Douglas has been Chief Executive of Cafcass, the specialist national agency representing children and families in family courts throughout England, since 2004. Cafcass supports over 100,000 children in public and private law cases every year. Prior to this he was Director of Social Services in the London Borough of Havering, where he was also Director of Housing, Leisure, Libraries and Neighbourhood Services, and in Suffolk, where he was Director of Social Care and Health Services. ...

Anthony Hayden QC
Anthony Hayden QC
Speaker

St John's Buildings Anthony’s practice incorporates all aspects of the law relating to children, he has an interest in the development of more open access to the family courts and has been instructed in a number of high profile media law disputes. He regularly appears in cases involving infant death and fabricated illness and frequently lectures on topics within this field. Anthony sits as a Deputy High Court Judge and is Chair of the Northern Circuit Expert Witness Initiative and the Northern Circuit Family Law Bar Association.

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