Booking for CPD Events

The Seminars will be held in the Royal Faculty Hall. Tea and coffee will be available before the start of seminars.
Lunchtime seminars will generally be from 1pm-2pm, evening seminars from 5.45pm-7.15pm and 1/2-day conferences from 9.30am-1pm. Registration takes place before the seminar start time.

Seminar costs are listed below -
Lunchtime Seminar (1 hour CPD) Evening Seminar (1.5 hours CPD) 1/2-day Conference (3 hours CPD) TANQ Events
Member £35 £50 £100 Free
Trainee from member firm £15 £15 £30 Free
Non-member £50 £75 £150 Free
Trainee from non-member firm/unemployed £25 £25 £50 Free

To book a place please fill in and submit the online booking form below selecting the event(s) you wish to attend, or print out the form and return it with payment to the Royal Faculty.

Payment can be made by cheque made payable to "RFPG" or by BACS transfer. For further details please contact the Royal Faculty.

Items marked with a * are required.

Your name*
Your firm/organisation*
I am a member of the Royal Faculty of Procurators in Glasgow or belong to a firm holding Practice Unit Membership *
Please indicate if you qualify for a concessionary rate *
12. Zero-hours Employment Contracts (18.3.15)
13. Budget Update (19.3.15)
14. Family Law 1/2-day Conference (25.3.15)
TANQ Seminar - Intellectual Property and You (25.3.15)
15. Intellectual Property (26.3.15)
16. Public Law 1/2-day Conference (1.4.15)
TANQ - How not to Annoy Your Sheriff (9.4.15)
1. Consent to Medical Treatment (16.4.15)
2. Civil Procedure Half-day Conference (29.4.15)
3. Charities and Third Sector Update (30.4.15)
4. Product Liability (7.5.15)
5. International Protection for Adults (13.5.15)
6. Developing a Niche Market Law Practice (14.5.15)
7. Financial Disadvantage at the End of a Relationship (21.5.15)
8. Professional Practice – Half-day Conference (27.5.15)
9. Presenting Expert Evidence (28.5.15)
10. Conveyancing Conference (3.6.15)
TANQ - Practical Advocacy Skills (11.6.15)
TANQ - Conveyancing: Back to Basics (17.6.15)
TANQ - Summer Social (8.7.15)
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