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Junior to Junior (J2J) - Seminar programme

Hardwicke's Junior Barristers launched the J2J training programme in 2012. The programme has been highly popular, and its success was recognised with a Highly Commended endorsement of the J2J Team at the Modern Law Awards 2013 in the category "Team of the Year".

Putting the CPR into Practice:
Handy tips for junior solicitors and trainees

Our Junior Barristers are offering one-hour breakfast or lunchtime workshops to junior solicitors and trainees.

The J2J workshops can be held at Hardwicke or at your own offices - wherever is most convenient to you.

All workshops in this programme are free of charge and CPD accredited.


  • Let me stop you there
    Strikeout and summary judgment
    You can listen to a podcast on this topic with Emily Betts and Catherine Piercy on CPDcast.

  • If you don’t ask, you don’t get
    Costs in small and fast track claims
    A podcast on this topic with Lina Mattsson is available on CPDcast.

  • Small, but important
    The small claims procedure
    A podcast on this topic is available on CPDcast.

  • How to get what you’ve won
    Enforcement of judgments
    A podcast on this topic with Helena White is available on CPDcast.

  • The tactics of offers
    Part 36 and Calderbank letters
    You can listen to a podcast on this topic with Gemma Witherington and Aileen McErlean on CPDcast.

  • You may delay, but time will not
    Limitation in civil litigation

  • Drafting dilemmas
    Top tips for drafting pleadings and other documents
  • Disclosure
    The hunt for a smoking gun

The workshops will be presented by any two of the speakers listed on the right hand side.

Contact us

If you would like to have further information about the workshops, the speakers, or to make a booking, please e-mail events@hardwicke.co.uk indicating the topic(s) you are interested in. We will then contact you to make further arrangements.