Professional Development Events

Ethical and Other Consequences of Misusing Court Time

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Venues: Law Society of Tasmania (28 Murray Street Hobart, TAS )
Staffordshire House (videolink) (56 Charles Street Launceston, TAS )
Rae & Partners Devonport (videolink) (13 Fenton Street Devonport, TAS )
McLean McKenzie & Topfer (videolink) (41 Cattley Street Burnie, TAS )

CPD Points 1.0

CPD Guide: 1 (E)

The ethical, professional and disciplinary consequences of misusing court time and pursuing hopeless cases. 

This seminar is presented by Kate Cuthbertson, Barrister, Malthouse Chambers, who will provide:

  • An outline of the relevant rules of practice relating to the misuse of court time and pursuing hopeless cases ...

Highways: Looks Can Be Deceptive

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Venues: Staffordshire House (56 Charles Street Launceston, TAS )
Rae & Partners Devonport (videolink) (13 Fenton Street Devonport, TAS )
McLean McKenzie & Topfer (videolink) (41 Cattley Street Burnie, TAS )
Law Society of Tasmania (videolink) (28 Murray Street Hobart, TAS )

CPD Points 1.0

CPD Guide: 1 (SL)

Shaun McElwaine SC will present this seminar from Launceston. It will be videolinked to the regions.

This topic explains why the Common Law relating to the dedication of highways most often does not apply in Tasmania, and that has been the case since the Police Government ...

Admin Law for Dummies: Merits and Judicial Review of Admin Decisions

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Venues: Law Society of Tasmania (28 Murray Street Hobart, TAS )
Staffordshire House (videolink) (56 Charles Street Launceston, TAS )
Rae & Partners Devonport (videolink) (13 Fenton Street Devonport, TAS )
McLean McKenzie & Topfer (videolink) (41 Cattley Street Burnie, TAS )

CPD Points 2.0

CPD Guide: 2 (SL)

Nicholas Poynder, Barrister, Frederick Jordan Chambers (NSW) will join us in Hobart to present a session entitled Administrative Law for Dummies: Merits and Judicial review of Administrative Decisions.

This session will cover a number of aspects of administrative law, with a focus on the Administrative Appeals ...

Hobart - Practice & Risk Management Conference 2020 + Leaders Forum Lunch (optional)

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Venue: Hobart Function & Conference Centre (Elizabeth Street Pier Hobart, Tasmania 7000)

The Prosperous Practice

Ideal for:

Practitioners at any level | Practice Managers | Managing Partners | Partners | CEOs | Emerging and Future Leaders

Conference Program 9am-1pm

Leadership in Legal Practice with Ben Richards
(see session outline, bio and testimonials below) 

The Modern Firm – Pricing, Clients and Other Insights with Joel Barolsky
(further details below ...

Launceston - Practice & Risk Management Conference 2020 + Leaders Forum Lunch (optional)

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Venue: Peppers Silo Hotel (89-91 Lindsay Street Launceston, Tasmania 7250)

The Prosperous Practice

Ideal for:

Practitioners at any level | Practice Managers | Managing Partners | Partners | CEOs | Emerging and Future Leaders

 

Conference Program 9am-1pm

Leadership in Legal Practice with Ben Richards
(see session outline, bio and testimonials below)  

The Modern Firm – Pricing, Clients and Other Insights with Joel Barolsky
(further details below ...

NDIS and Compensation

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Venues: Law Society of Tasmania (28 Murray Street Hobart, TAS )
Staffordshire House (videolink) (56 Charles Street Launceston, TAS )
Rae & Partners Devonport (videolink) (13 Fenton Street Devonport, TAS )
McLean McKenzie & Topfer (videolink) (41 Cattley Street Burnie, TAS )

CPD Points 1.5

CPD Guide: 1.5 (SL)

Take this opportunity to hear from the team that manages Agency-wide support for NDIS participants with personal injury compensation. The presentation is designed to provide attendees who represent clients (NDIS participants or prospective NDIS participants) with a greater understanding of the key considerations around compensation ...

Avoiding and Responding to Complaints: A Young Lawyers Guide

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Venue: Staffordshire House (56 Charles Street Launceston, TAS )

CPD Points 1.0

CPD Guide: 1 (E)

Avoiding and Responding to Complaints: A Young Lawyers Guide

This seminar is presented by Ms Claire White and a representative of the Legal Profession Board of Tasmania, this seminar will provide insight into the process of dealing with a complaint from the perspective of an investigator ...

Family Violence and Behavioural Management

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Venues: Law Society of Tasmania (28 Murray Street Hobart, TAS )
Staffordshire House (videolink) (56 Charles Street Launceston, TAS )
Rae & Partners Devonport (videolink) (13 Fenton Street Devonport, TAS )
McLean McKenzie & Topfer (videolink) (41 Cattley Street Burnie, TAS )

CPD Points 1.5

CPD Guide: 1.5 (PS, SL)

 

 

In addition to outlining the law in the area of family violence, this session will focus on some of the behaviours that are experienced when working in this space. This will include insights from social workers who will speak to some of the behaviours ...

Annual Legal Profession Board of Tasmania Update

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Venues: Law Society of Tasmania (28 Murray Street Hobart, TAS )
Staffordshire House (videolink) (56 Charles Street Launceston, TAS )
Rae & Partners Devonport (videolink) (13 Fenton Street Devonport, TAS )
McLean McKenzie & Topfer (videolink) (41 Cattley Street Burnie, TAS )

CPD Points 1.0

CPD Guide: 1 (PM)

Join Gayle Johnston and her team for the ever-popular Annual Legal Profession Board of Tasmania Update

This information session will update you on matters most relevant to you and your practice, through the lens of what's come to the LPBT's attention over the last ...

Property and Commercial Law Conference 2020

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Venue: MONA (655 Main Road Berriedale Hobart, Tasmania 7011)

CPD Points 5.5

 

The annual Property & Commercial Law Conference is a one-day 'must attend' for any legal practitioner practising in the areas of property and commercial law.  

Set against the scenic backdrop of the MONA grounds, this year's program will focus on substantive law practical skills and training as well as practice ...