The course will provide instruction and guidance on a range of law practice management issues from regulatory requirements to financial and risk management. The Course presenters are all experts in their fields. Trust accounting, ethics and risk management modules are presented by Law Society staff who have first-hand experience in the obligations and the needs of the South Australian legal profession. The course also covers business planning, marketing and leadership.
The course will be taught interactively over several days through a combination of in-person, online and videoconferencing classes. The online modules can be completed prior to the formal commencement of the course.
There are several marked assessments throughout the course where participants must demonstrate competency, as per LPEAC requirements.
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Once you have registered, you will be contacted and provided with login details to access the course materials within 2 business days.
Places in each course are limited, so please register as soon as possible.
Schedule for Live Classes:
Three of the workshops listed below will be delivered live via video conferencing.
Friday 2 July 2021
9am - 1:15pm - Developing your Business (4 hours)
Facilitator: Mark Priadko - The University of Adelaide
2pm - 4pm - Marketing your Practice (2 hours)
Facilitator: David Rawlings - The University of Adelaide
Friday 9 July 2021
2pm to 4pm - (BY ZOOM) Managing Technology (2 hours)
Facilitator: Paul Whittington - Rachis Pty Ltd.
Monday 12 July 2021
2pm - 5:15pm - (BY ZOOM) Principles of Human Resource Management (3 hours)
Facilitator: Evelyn Pollard - Business SA
Tuesday 13 July 2021
9am - 1:15pm - (BY ZOOM) Principles of Human Resource Management (4 hours)
Facilitator: Kathy Pillion - The University of Adelaide
Monday 19 July 2021
9am - 1:15pm - Principles of Leadership (4 hours)
Facilitator: Diarmid Lee - Leed Consulting
Wednesday 21 July 2021
9am - 1:15pm - Financial Management (4 hours)
Facilitator: Henry Botha - Higgins Botha
A $500 cancellation fee will apply where access has already been provided to the online course content. Alternatively, transfers to future courses are possible subject to availability and the request being made at least 10 working days prior to the course commencement.