Professional Development Events

Constitutional Law Seminar - Federal Jurisdictions: the Rizeq Decision

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

 

      

The Law Society and UTAS Faculty of Law are pleased to welcome The Hon Robert French AC to present the 2017 AACL Constitutional Law Seminar - Federal Jurisdiction: the Rizeq Decision.  

Mr French’s seminar will also be relevant to those dealing with criminal or other matters involving residents of other ...

Does our Justice System Work? Perspectives from the Bench

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Venue: Stanley Burbury Theatre (University Centre Sandy Bay campus Hobart, )

CPD Points 1.0

 

Free event! Register via UTAS here.

                                                                  


Current and former Justices working across the hierarchy of Australia's legal system talk about their experiences at the Bench. Join us as they share their unique and diverse insights into how Australia's justice system is working at a state and federal level ...

In Conversation with The Honourable Peter Heerey AM QC

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

CPD Points 1.5

Temporary Injunctions

The Hon Peter Heerey AM QC will discuss the legal principles applicable to temporary injunctions and the tactical considerations that arise in seeking, and opposing them.

The Law Society of Tasmania and the Faculty of Law, University of Tasmania are pleased to welcome Mr Heerey to the Society ...

Conduct Complaints - Panel Hypothetical - A Practical Guide to Dealing with Complaints

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Venues: Law Society of Tasmania (28 Murray Street Hobart, TAS )
Staffordshire House (videolink) (56 Charles Street Launceston, TAS )
Levis Stace & Cooper (videolink) (13 Fenton Street Devonport, TAS )
McLean McKenzie & Topfer (videolink) (41 Cattley Street Burnie, TAS )
Desktop Attendance (If your practice is >18km ex-CBD (Hobart) and you would like to attend remotely via your desktop, please enquire, 62 344 133 )

CPD Points 1.5

 

During 2013-2016 the LPBT received 223 complaints and dealt with countless questions from the public regarding the conduct of practitioners.  The majority of practitioners will face at least one complaint during the course of their career.  

Don’t sweat – literally – but here’s what you can’t afford not to ...

Styles, Traps and Ethics of Negotiating Civil and Criminal Matters

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

CPD Points 1.0

Southern Young Lawyers Lecture Series

Speaker: Peter Bowen, Barrister

CPD Guide: Ethics

Cancellation and Refund Policy / Terms and Conditions

Know Your Limitations

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

CPD Points 1.0

Speaker: Robert Phillips, Phillips Taglieri

This seminar will consider:

  • The Ipp Report - the genesis of the Civil Liability Act and amendments to the Limitations Act.
  • The Limitation Act and the concept of discoverability.
  • The New South Wales cases post the Ipp Report.
  • Mercer and O'Neill - when an action ...

Not-for-profit and Charity Boards - Being (or Becoming) a Board Member

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Venues: Law Society of Tasmania (28 Murray Street Hobart, TAS )
Staffordshire House (videolink) (56 Charles Street Launceston, TAS )
Levis Stace & Cooper (videolink) (13 Fenton Street Devonport, TAS )
McLean McKenzie & Topfer (videolink) (41 Cattley Street Burnie, TAS )
Desktop Attendance (If your practice is >18km ex-CBD (Hobart) and you would like to attend remotely via your desktop, please enquire, 62 344 133 )

CPD Points 1.5




Two-part series, register for one or both!
 

Session 1 (90 mins) 1.30 – 3.00pm: Not-for-profit and Charity Boards - Being (or Becoming) a Board Member 

Are you sitting on a not-for-profit board or interested in becoming a board member?  

This session is for lawyers and accountants interested in joining or ...

Register for Both - Not-for-profit and Charity Boards - attend both in two-part workshop

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Venues: Law Society of Tasmania (28 Murray Street Hobart, TAS )
Staffordshire House (videolink) (56 Charles Street Launceston, TAS )
Levis Stace & Cooper (videolink) (13 Fenton Street Devonport, TAS )
McLean McKenzie & Topfer (videolink) (41 Cattley Street Burnie, TAS )
Desktop Attendance (If your practice is >18km ex-CBD (Hobart) and you would like to attend remotely via your desktop, please enquire, 62 344 133 )

CPD Points 3.0


Two-part series, register for one or both.

Session 1 (90 mins) 1.30 – 3.00pm: Not-for-profit and Charity Boards - Being (or Becoming) a Board Member 
To read more and register: click here.

Session 2 (90 mins) 3.30 – 5.00pm: Legal Issues for Not-for-profits and Charities: Common Questions and Current ...

Legal Issues for Not-for-profits and Charities: Common Questions and Current Trends

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Venues: Law Society of Tasmania (28 Murray Street Hobart, TAS )
Staffordshire House (videolink) (56 Charles Street Launceston, TAS )
Levis Stace & Cooper (videolink) (13 Fenton Street Devonport, TAS )
McLean McKenzie & Topfer (videolink) (41 Cattley Street Burnie, TAS )
Desktop Attendance (If your practice is >18km ex-CBD (Hobart) and you would like to attend remotely via your desktop, please enquire, 62 344 133 )

CPD Points 1.5

 


Two-part series, register for one or both.

 

Session 2 (90 mins) 3.30-5pm: Legal Issues for Not-for-profits and Charities: Common Questions and Current Trends

This session is for lawyers who advise (or want to start advising) not-for-profits and includes an overview of many hot button issues!  Please register below.
 

Topics ...

Restricted Licence Applications and Special Hardship Orders

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

CPD Points 1.0

North West Young Lawyer Lecture Series

Speaker: Magistrate Fairley, Devonport Magistrate Court

CPD Guide: PS

 

Cancellation and Refund Policy / Terms and Conditions

Employment Law Conference 2017

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Venue: Wrest Point (Sandy Bay Road Hobart, Tasmania 7000)

CPD Points 4.5

 

 

Registrations Open!

Registrations Include

  • Attendance at all conference sessions

  • Lunch and afternoon tea

  • Papers

 

Business Card Draw - Sponsored by Stewart Title Limited

 

CPD Guide: 4.5 (PS, PM, E, and SL)

 

Program

 

10.30am    Registration and Coffee & Tea on Arrival

10.45am    Welcome and Housekeeping

10.50am    Session 1: Driving ...

Family Law Seminar with Dr Olivia Rundle

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

CPD Points 1.0

 

Trans and Gender Diverse, Intersex and Non-Heterosexual People in Family Law 

 

 

CPD Guide: 1 (SL, PS) 

 

Topic Background

There is a long history of discrimination in both law and society towards people of diverse sex, gender and/or sexuality. Rapid, transformative legal change has occurred since the 1990s and continues ...

Social Media in Practice

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

CPD Points 1.0

Southern Young Lawyers Lecture Series

Speaker: Trevor McKenna, Worrall Lawyers

 

Cancellation and Refund Policy / Terms and Conditions

Keep Calm and Choose Mediation

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Venues: Staffordshire House (56 Charles Street Launceston, TAS )
Levis Stace & Cooper (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

Northern Young Lawyers Lecture

Speakers: Stuart Roberts, Barrister and Julia Higgins, Bishops

CPD Guide: PS (Negotiation and Mediation Skills)

 

Cancellation and Refund Policy / Terms and Conditions

Contract Law Masterclass

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

CPD Points 3.5

How up-to-date are you with the latest in contract law?  

Presented by Jeffrey Goldberger, an expert in contract law and a highly rated CPD presenter, this advanced workshop is aimed at practitioners with over five years’ experience. It will assist you to keep abreast of the latest developments in contract ...

Litigation Convention 2017

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Venue: Strahan Village (41 Esplanade Strahan , Tasmania 7468)

CPD Points 10.0

LITIGATION CONVENTION 2017

 

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In 2017, the Society's Litigation Convention will be held in picturesque Strahan.

This Convention, which attracts 10 CPD points across all four mandatory areas (SL, PM, PS and E),  will be held over the weekend of 11 and 12 November 2017. Join ...

Preparing and Presenting Matters before the Court of Criminal Appeal

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Venues: Staffordshire House (56 Charles Street Launceston, TAS )
Levis Stace & Cooper (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

Northern Young Lawyers Lecture

Speaker: John Ransom, Office of the Director of Public Prosecution

CPD Guide: Advocacy

 

Cancellation and Refund Policy / Terms and Conditions