CEO Brief: Policy, Strategy and Trends in Local Government Law

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LLG free Chief Executive update webinar provides an essential round-up of current issues in the local authority legal world. The webinar will look at what's going on in local government, legal reform, recent cases of interest, Brexit, news from the Local Government Association and the Local Government Ombudsman, thinking around policy including details of any Government consultations, plus an overview of what's in the press.
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