Online / In Person Legal CPD Courses

We conduct Continuous Professional Development seminars for Members of the Legal Profession (Solicitors/ Paralegals) and Social Workers.

Social Workers Registration Board

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is one of the key mechanisms used to foster high standards of professional conduct and professional education, training and competence among registrants.

It is expected that at minimum a registrant can demonstrate achieving 30 CPD credits in every 12-month period. For those professions that are taking part in a 24 month audit cycle, you must demonstrate achieving 60 CPD credits in a 24 month period.

Useful links and websites relating to Continuous Professional Development requirements for registered members of CORU.

Law for Social Workers CPD Requirement

You must submit 2 separate CPD records for each 12 month period, demonstrating how you have achieved 30 credits in each of these 12 month periods.

Contact Catherine Mc Loone BL regarding CPD Courses via

CPD for Solicitors

Who's Who in the Courtroom
Ciaran Daly - Managing Director of Law Modules Ireland
Ciaran Daly – Managing Director of Law Modules Ireland.
For all course queries please email

We conduct Continual Professional Development courses in line with the CPD schedule set by the Law Society of Ireland.

We offer a range of courses to ensure you can keep up-to-date with your CPD requirements .

In light of current circumstances with regard to Covid-19 and the risk posed by attendance at in-person group events over the next number of weeks and months,  in line with the Education Committee at the Law Society decision to remove the eLearning limit of 50% (modified or otherwise) we offer a variety of online learning courses.

For the 2021 CPD cycles, solicitors may now complete the yearly CPD requirement of 20 hours (including minimum requirements in the categories of ‘Management and Professional Development Skills’ and ‘Regulatory Matters’) online.

We offer CPD online training during these difficult and uncertain times.