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ETSOS & Oldham Law Society FREE CPD Seminar, 29th October 2014

14th October 2014

ETSOS and Oldham Law Association present a FREE 2 hour CPD Seminar to held on 29th October 2014 from 16:00-18:00. 

The seminar will be held at University Campus Building on Cromwell Street, Oldham, room SG/1A (click here for directions; please note that parking at the University is limited, however Hobson Street multi-storey is directly adjacent) Refreshments will be provided by Landmark.

Speaker: Tony Rollason, Landmark
  • Planning, Energy & Infrastructure (1 hour)
  • Environmental Risk & Flooding (1 hour)

If you are interested in attending please confirm your place with Kenneth Lees, OLA Secretary, by sending him an email to kenneth.lees@pearsonlegal.co.uk, or by post to

The Oldham Law Associationstacks_image_4
c/o Kenneth Lees
Pearson Solicitors and Financial Advisers LLP
31 Queen Street
Oldham
OL1 1RD

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