Professional Development Events

Working with a Witness Intermediary

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Venues: PLEASE SELECT (Face to Face or, Webinar )
Law Society of Tasmania (28 Murray Street Hobart, TAS )
Webinar (by zoom, link and password made available to registrant by email, after approx. 5pm the day prior to event. )

CPD Points 1.0

CPD Guide: 1 PS, SL

Please be aware this is offered as a F2F OR webinar so when booking it is important that you select attendance mode, accordingly. 

 

Run by the Department of Justice, this FREE information session will inform practitioners about amendments to the Evidence (Children and Special Witnesses ...

Criminal Law Conference 2021

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Venue: Crowne Plaza Hotel (110 Liverpool Street Hobart, Tasmania 7000)

CPD Points 6.0

CPD Guide: 6 (E, PS, PM, SL)

Criminal Law at the Crowne Plaza 2021

The Law Society of Tasmania invites you to come along to the 6 CPD point intensive Criminal Law Conference 2021 held at the new Crown Plaza in Hobart, followed by drinks in the plaza courtyard overlooking ...

Why People Do Bad Things

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Venues: PLEASE SELECT (Face to Face or, Webinar )
Law Society of Tasmania (28 Murray Street Hobart, TAS )
Webinar (by zoom, link and password made available to registrant by email, after approx. 5pm the day prior to event. )

CPD Points 1.5

CPD Guide: 1.5 (PM, PS)

 

Please be aware this is offered as a F2F OR webinar so when booking it is important that you select attendance mode, accordingly. 

 

Why People Do Bad Things

This 1.5-hour workshop will provide a practical introduction to analysing why people do bad things ...

Wellbeing, Resilience and Recharge Workshop (Launc)

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

CPD Points 3.0

CPD Guide: 3 (PM, PS)

 

 

Unlock your potential as you journey through these unprecedented COVID19 times. Join James Fletcher, Managing Director, Alta Pete Consulting (ACT) when he come to Hobart to deliver a (hopefully) F2F workshop that follows on the heels of his very successful and well-attended virtual webinars run ...

Wellbeing, Resilience and Recharge Workshop (Hobart)

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Venue: Law Society of Tasmania (28 Murray Street Hobart, TAS )

CPD Points 3.0

CPD Guide: 3 (PM, PS)

 

 

Unlock your potential as you journey through these unprecedented COVID19 times. Join James Fletcher, Managing Director, Alta Pete Consulting (ACT) when he come to Hobart to deliver a (hopefully) F2F workshop that follows on the heels of his very successful and well-attended virtual webinars run ...

The Road to Partnership or Law Firm Start-Up: A Guide

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Venue: Webinar (by zoom, link and password made available to registrant by email, after approx. 5pm the day prior to event. )

CPD Points 1.0

CPD Guide: 1 PM

 

Join Elizabeth Camillo, Forensic Investigative Accountant, for a guide to starting your own firm. This session is aimed at:

  • Lawyers planning on setting up their own law practice; and
  • Providing a guide to financing a start-up, budgeting, securing a trusted accountant, setting up electronic files, purchasing ...

Improving Your Competence on Family Violence as a Family Law Practitioner

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Venue: Law Society of Tasmania (28 Murray Street Hobart, TAS )

CPD Points 3.5

CPD Guide: 3.5 (PM, PS, E)

 

Join Dr Renata Alexander, Barrister, Owen Dixon Chambers, Vic, with Yvette Cehtel, CEO, Women's Legal Service Tasmania at this workshop on improving your competence on family violence as a family law practitioner. 

 

Please Note: Due to the format of this 3.5 ...

Understanding Client PTSD: In Cross-Examination or Advocacy

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Venue: Webinar (by zoom, link and password made available to registrant by email, after approx. 5pm the day prior to event. )

CPD Points 1.0

CPD Guide: 1 (PS)

Understanding Client PTSD: In Cross-Examination or Advocacy 

PTSD is at core the of many family, child safety, criminal and compensation claims.

This 1 hour live webinar will:

  • Assist legal practitioners to better understand the therapies their clients are receiving thus deepening their scope for cross-examination and ...