Association of Personal Injury Lawyers
A not-for-profit organisation representing injured people


APIL focuses exclusively on developing high quality personal injury law training and is able to offer you specialised PI law training delivered to a consortium of a number of local firms.

How do I form a consortium?

If you only have a handful of employees at your firm, why not ask three or four local firms if they would be interested in joining you for some training? Courses can be brought either to your firm or organised at a local independent venue. We organise the speaker and materials for you and can organise the venue, if required. Please ensure that the room that you hope to provide is sufficiently large and comfortable for practical, interactive training to take place. We can deliver courses up to a maximum of 24 people and it is extremely cost-effective.

Why choose APIL for your training?

Our training is designed and presented by experienced personal injury practitioners, who are able to meet the training needs of lawyers at all levels. APIL training is interactive and practical, focusing on essential technical knowledge and the development of key skills. APIL training is always up-to-date. We can deliver any of our public courses as a consortium, from ‘off the shelf’ training to a bespoke programme that can be tailored to meet particular needs.

What are the benefits?

  • A competitive package which includes speaker fees, expenses, and course materials
  • No travel/accommodation costs for your employees
  • Focus on specific issues and share local concerns
  • Flexibility - you choose the date, location and content

APIL consortium procedure

To find out more about APIL consortiums and to see the requirements, please visit our consortium procedure page.

What do our clients say?

"APIL provides flexible, tailored, stimulating training, by practitioners, for practitioners."

“As always APIL lead the way in training. Always something to learn”
Thomson Snell & Passmore

“Very interesting and well organised training”
CS2 lawyers

Further information

If you would like to discuss your requirements or arrange a free consortium consultation please call APIL on 0115 943 5400 or email