Legal Awareness for Regulators
"Very engaging, excellent research on the specific areas relevant to DVSA, also very entertaining delivery. Good work Greenberg!"
This course aims to give those working in regulatory bodies the skills to navigate the law, and to acquire a working understanding of the institutions and processes of the law. It will begin by mapping the UK legal system, to contextualise and consolidate participants’ prior knowledge.
Legislation and the legislative process, subordinate legislation and quasi-legislation, are considered from the regulators’ perspective. Administrative law in general, and judicial review in particular, are examined from a practical perspective, including a discussion of how to liaise effectively with the organisation’s legal officers. Finally, this course ensures that participants have a sufficient understanding of a glossary of core legal terms and concepts to be able to liaise with lawyers effectively and efficiently.
This course uses case studies relevant to participants’ organisations and is interactive in order to ensure that it builds on and does not replicate what participants already know.
At the Civil Service College, we tailor our courses to each attendee’s role and organisation, ensuring that each participant gets the most out of the training. Our courses and trainers are continuously updated and evaluated to ensure that we are always delivering the best service possible.
Participants with no formal legal qualification, from organisations with regulatory and enforcement functions.
Participants will gain perspective of their role in the UK legal system and be able to improve their decision-making to ensure the robust defence of judicial review and other challenges. Participants will also better navigate relevant law efficiently and effectively.
10:00 - 16:00
£595 + VAT
Civil Service College, Westminster, London
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Carol Tullo was the former Director, of Information Policy and Services, The National Archives and Controller of Her Majesty’s Stationery Office and Queen’s Printer until July 2017.Read Bio
Carol Tullo, LLB, Barrister, OBE was the former Director, of Information Policy and Services, The National Archives and Controller of Her Majesty’s Stationery Office and Queen’s Printer until July 2017.
Carol had a career background in intellectual property practice and commercial law publishing with Thomson Reuters before she joined the Cabinet Office in 1997. She ran HMSO with its responsibility for official publishing including UK legislation. She worked in private office and with ministers as a senior civil servant in the Cabinet Office, the Ministry of Justice and the Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport as a Director of The National Archives.
Drawing on her cross-sector experience, she led a broad range of information policy and management responsibilities within the open data and information regulatory space across the UK Government and was an officeholder in the Scotland and Northern Ireland Governments working with the Parliaments and Assemblies of the UK. Reinforcing the importance of vigilance and individual responsibility for the information assets that we create, use and manage underpinned her leadership roles within government. She represented those policy interests within the EU Commission.
Carol received the Inaugural Leadership Impact Award 2017 from the Whitehall and Industry Group. She holds a number of board and consultancy appointments. Her specialism is information governance, management and data security.
"Overall, an outstanding course that exceeded expectations. Daniel was extremely engaging and made the training relevant to his students with pertinent examples."
HMI Probation - Criminal Justice Inspectorates
"Fantastic course. Extremely competent and knowledgeable trainer. Delved into the context of the work of the Welsh Language Commissioner successfully."
Welsh Language Commissioner Standards Imposition Officer
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