Corporate Insolvency

Starting Price: £188.00

Price excludes VAT

This course introduces delegates to formal insolvency procedures for companies – i.e. Administrations, Receiverships, Company Voluntary Arrangements (CVAs) and Liquidations.

The seminar explains the language of insolvency law in a practical context through the use of examples and case studies.  The course also covers key numerical analyses including Statements of Affairs, Deficiency Accounts and Estimated Outcome Statements.


This course is an elective module on the Solicitors’ Regulation Authority (SRA)’s Professional Skills Course (PSC) and is designed to be taken prior to admission as a solicitor.  The course is also relevant to recently qualified lawyers and paralegals seeking to develop their skills in this growing practice area.

Key Benefits

  • Covering topical issues such as pre-pack administrations as well as tips for advising directors of companies on the brink of insolvency, this interactive course is suitable for junior lawyers and those seeking to develop their skills in this growing practice area.
  • Small class numbers conducive of a better learning experience through more personalised feedback and collaboration.
  • Experienced tutors, all former or current practitioners, who offer practical advice on corporate insolvency related matters.
  • Condensed timetable, specifically designed for busy practitioners.
Locations and Dates

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Format & Delivery
Topics Covered

Pre-Course Work 

There is pre-course work which is designed to enable you to identify a number of practical examples and issues.  This then assists in focussing discussions during the course.

Post-Course Work

There is no post-course work for this course.

SRA Competencies