Legal Support Staff Training Calendar

The date/s indicated in the calendar will be confirmed in due notice. This is due to the impact of the corona virus.
Registration will remain open.

TitleDateTypeCategoryLearning ModeRegistration Status
Civil Litigation in the Magistrate's Court (Online Course) 30 May 2024 - 31 May 2024
Online CourseProfessionalsDistanceClosed
Legal Costs Online Course 05 June 2024 - 06 June 2024
Online CourseProfessionalsDistanceClosed
Deceased Estates | 4-Day Online Course 19 June 2024 - 20 June 2024
26 June 2024 - 27 June 2024
Online CourseProfessionalsDistanceOpen
Civil Litigation in the High Court (Online Course) 03 July 2024 - 04 July 2024
Online CourseProfessionalsDistanceOpen
Advanced Conveyancing Online Course 09 July 2024 - 11 July 2024
Online CourseProfessionalsDistanceOpen
The Legal Secretary (4 Day Online Course) 18 July 2024 - 19 July 2024
25 July 2024 - 26 July 2024
Online CourseLegal Support StaffDistanceOpen

Why choose LEAD to train your staff

With over 30 years of training legal practitioners, LEAD under­stands the needs of a modern-day law practice and recognises the critical supporting role that staff play in a thriving practice.

For practices to succeed and grow, staff must be trained in up-to-date professional knowledge and skills. In today’s changing times, LEAD has identified a few topics for staff to help boost their skills and productivity and also help miti­gate the risk of negligence for the law practice.

Our courses provide staff with a thorough understanding of the law practice environment, procedures and systems. They are enjoyable, comprehensive and popular. Our philosophy is that staff should not only understand how to perform work but also the reason why they have to do certain tasks and the law behind it.

Why train your staff?

Duties nowadays are more complex

Over the past ±15 years, support staff (non-legal personnel) duties in law practices/departments have expanded and be­come much more complex. This is especially true since the in­creased use of software applications in law practices. As a result, modern legal support staff now needs more in-depth training.

Legal practitioners’ liability

Legal practitioners are vicariously liable for the wrongdoings and mistakes of their support staff. In order to mitigate this risk of negligence, legal practitioners should among other things ensure that their employees are properly trained and supervised. In addition, law practices that help to develop the full potential of their support staff optimise their overall performance.

Registration queries: e-mail Annelie Dagnin at or tel +27 (0)12 441 4669

Training queries: e-mail Yolanda Singh at or tel+27 (012) 441 4652.

LEAD switchboard: Tel +27 (0)12 441 4600

More about the training events:

  1. Your registration will be confirmed when with proof of payment is received.
  2. Fees are paid into the designated LSSA bank account. The LSSA will not accept liability if any other bank account is used.
  3. LEAD makes use of reputable venues. The venue is determined by the number of registrations. Please wait for the confirmation before you make flight and accommodation bookings.
  4. Registrations close 5 working days prior to the course date.

LEAD reserves the right to cancel a learning activity should the number of delegates not justify the costs involved. Registered delegates will be given reasonable notice of cancellation.