The Business of Law – Do you want a more Profitable Law Practice or Legal Department?


Learn how to use project tools and techniques, enabling legal practitioners to better plan, budget, schedule and allocate resources to progress the work. Profits can be tracked during execution.

This includes identifying and managing its own risks, managing process issues effectively as they arise, and dealing with scope changes that often leads to increase in fees and efficiency.

The International Institute of Legal Project Management represents an award-winning worldwide community of legal professionals with graduates in 47 countries that are focused on the practical application of legal project management and legal process improvement practices to improve legal matter delivery and legal service operations. SchoemanLaw Inc is the accredited South African training provider.

Early Bird Registration

R6500 VAT included per person
(Early Bird Registration is 3 weeks before the start of the course)

Normal Fee

R8500 VAT included per person

25 seats per cohort

Graduates may be internationally accredited on completion of the training (facilitation attendance dependent):

Legal Project Associates

Legal Project Practitioner


Weekly Facilitation Sessions (All facilitation sessions are compulsory for certification purposes):

2022 Cohorts (refer to our events page)

Cohort 1:
February 2022

Cohort 2:
May/June 2022

Cohort 3:
August 2022

Cohort 4:
October 2022

First Session

Modules 1 – 3

Second Session

Modules 4 – 6

​Third Session

Modules 7 – 10

Fourth Session​

Modules 11 – 13

Fifth Session

Modules 14 – 15

Sixth Session

Close out

Submission Date

Case Study Submission
(for certification)

Course Outline

Module 1


Module 2

Advantages and Framework

Module 3


Module 4


Module 5

Quality Assurance

Module 6

Stakeholder Analysis

Module 7


Module 8


Module 9

Risk Management

Module 10

Close Out / Tips and Tools/ Legal and Organizational Design

Module 11

Interpreting Leadership

Module 12

Perceptions and Perspectives

Module 13

Effective Communication

Module 14


Module 15

Gender and Leadership