Required CPD Activity Seminar

Required CPD Activity Seminar
This event covers all three required CPD units. Register for 1, 2 or all 3 sessions.

3 CPD Units covering Ethics, Professional Skills and Practice Management

Available by Webinar Only!

Chair:  Nadine Lambert - Office of the Legal Profession Conduct Commissioner 

9.00am – 10.00am          
               
How to eliminate sexual harassment and what to do when sexual harassment occurs in the legal profession – (Professional Skills/Practice Management)
Presenter:  Kate Eastman SC - New Chambers 

This seminar will focus on practical measures and tips to prevent sexual harassment in workplaces, including policies and leading cultural change. The second part of the seminar will focus on what to do  and what not to do, if sexual harassment occurs from the perspectives of the victims, bystanders, perpetrators and employers. This part will cover trauma informed approaches, complaint handling, procedural fairness and privacy

10.15am – 11.15am                       
What does 7 years as Commissioner tell me about the profession - (Ethics) 
Presenter:  Greg May – Legal Profession Conduct Commissioner

Commissioner May will reflect on his 7 years in that role, and tell you what the most common mistakes are that practitioners make, what you should do to avoid complaints, and what you might consider doing when a complaint is made against you.

11.30am – 12.30pm                       
Amendments to LPEAC Rule 11 Practice Management Course - (Practice Management) 
Presenters:
Ros Burke - Director, Ethics and Practice
Desire Holland – Programme Manager GDLP

This session will provide an overview of the changes to LPEAC Rule 11, to be implemented on 1 April 2021, which introduce the requirement to complete an accredited practice management course before being entitled to practice as a principal.

Please select each session you wish to attend below.  

When
30/03/2021 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Where
AUSTRALIA

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Program


Tuesday, 30 March 2021

 
Sexual Harassment in the Legal Profession
Time
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
30/03/2021 9:00 AM

Ethical Rights and Wrongs
Time
10:15 AM - 11:15 AM
30/03/2021 10:15 AM

Amendments to LPEAC Rule 11
Time
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
30/03/2021 11:30 AM

 

Terms and Conditions:

Cancellations: Payment in full of the registration fee is required to be made at least five working days prior to the event.  Previously paid registrations are transferable subject to the alternate attendee being eligible to register at the same registration fee (that is a practitioner who is not a Society member is not eligible to attend in place of a member without the price differential having been paid. Any person who has registered and paid to attend an event but is subsequently unable to do so and does not wish to transfer the registration is able to apply to the Society for a refund, however such refunds (in whole or in part) will be at the discretion of the Law Society subject to the circumstances and any external costs paid by the Society which cannot be recovered by us.
MCPD Units: Any MCPD Units listed are only provided as a guide and attendees must satisfy themselves about the nature and quantity of MCPD Units they can claim for the activity. Please refer to the MCPD Guidelines for details at www.lawsocietysa.asn.au/mcpd
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Webinar Cost: Unless otherwise stated, the cost to attend events via webinar is the same as attending in person or $80, whichever is greater.  The cost for students to attend via webinar is the same as attending in person or $35, whichever is greater. Country Practitioners (as defined by the Law Society of South Australia) are exempt from the minimum webinar charges and will be charged the same rate as attending in person.