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Fracking, Farming & ‘Following’: Energy, Infrastructure & Online Marketing (2 CPD)

19th August 2014

Cambridgeshire & District Law Society in collaboration with ETSOS present a 2 point CPD seminar to be held in Cambridge.

Thursday 2nd October 2014, 16:00 – 18:00
Venue: Sheila Gillies Room, Wolfson Court, Clarkson Road, Cambridge CB3 0JG


Planning, Energy & Infrastructure
Trainer: Tony Rollason

  • Recent policy & legislative changes
  • Wind farms, solar farms, energy exploration including “fracking.”
  • Reports to help & guide your client

Developing an effective online marketing strategy
Trainer: David Kempster

  • Why online marketing matters
  • Establishing an online strategy and effective plan
  • Best practice digital marketing
  • Reputation management – risks and pitfalls


£30 for members
£40 non members
Free for Law Students and trainee solicitors

For bookings please either:

Contact Colin Lester by email on admin@cambslawsoc.freeserve.co.uk
Book directly on the Cambridgeshire & District Law Society website: www.cambslawsoc.co.uk  

Cambridgeshire & District Law Society welcome non-member bookings for courses and events, or applications for Membership giving lower fees and other benefits – see website for details.

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