CPD Seminars – 2

The Law Society is the leading provider of CPD for the legal profession in Western Australia. The CPD programme provides relevant and topical seminars developed for the profession, by the profession.
Useful links: CPD Programme September-December 2018 | Seminars papers on our online shop | Speaker Nomination Form | CPD Terms and Conditions | CPD Seminar Papers Order Form
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The Law Society of Western Australia
Level 5, 160 St Georges Terrace Perth

The Law Society of Western Australia’s Quality Practice Standard (QPS) reflects excellence in legal practice management. It is a means …

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The Law Society of Western Australia
Level 5, 160 St Georges Terrace Perth

Completed the QPS Accreditation Workshop 1? This elective workshop is for legal practices on the pathway towards QPS accreditation. It …

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The Law Society of Western Australia
Level 5, 160 St Georges Terrace PERTH

Friday, 21 June 2019, 9.00am – 6.30pm Early Bird Offer – Members only – register by the 31 May and …

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eLearning Available Online

This practical session will focus on four areas that are essential for consistently producing the highest quality correspondence: Structure – …

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The size of in-house legal departments across Australia and around the rest of the world continues to grow unabated. But …

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Practitioners, students and researchers rely on online sources for most legal research. It may be a surprise that extensive, reliable …

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Practical drafting and tax issues involved in family and business trusts addressing: best practices in drafting trust deeds and common …

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This eLearning course looks at the cost components, structure, risks and implementation methods of offering fixed price legal services. It …

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This course will discuss not only problems that may arise in Will drafting but also provide tips and provisions that should be …

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Family lawyers are frequently advising on cases involving allegations of family and domestic violence against clients. This seminar examines how …

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This eLearning course looks at process improvement in legal practice management and the approaches, methods and tools to increase productivity …

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This seminar looks at recent and important High Court commercial law cases. It will do so in seven sections. This …

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This seminar looks at what modern dispute finance is and its application to the types of disputes likely to be …

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This session presents a way of approaching underlying causes of professional liability claims and will help inform risk management priorities, …

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It’s not rocket science, and yet it happens, a lot, even to our own friends and colleagues This engaging, highly …

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In 2016 the High Court of Australia, in the decision of Attwells v Jackson Lalic Lawyers Pty Limited [2016] HCA …

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The use of caveats may raise professional ethics issues as well as legal issues. A recent decision by the State …

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Reforms to the Strata Titles Act 1985 are taking shape with Landgate aiming to introduce the Strata Titles Amendment Bill …

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The Legal Profession Complaints Committee sees a number of complaints arising from misleading conduct by lawyers towards clients, the court, …

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The Australian Tax Office and ASIC have wide information gathering powers, including the power to search a law office as …

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There is a crisis of culture, or “culture shocks” occurring in various industries, including financial services, retail and start-ups. This …

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Drafting settlement offers and deeds can be deceptively complicated with traps for even the most experienced practitioners. Settlement deeds are …

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Digital Marketing is an essential consideration when trying to establish a new business or grow an existing one. From the …

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Lawyers typically make a multitude of decisions daily that affect themselves and others, and when unconscious biases are in play, …

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With an increasing volume of legislation imposing personal liability on company directors, a fast pace of regulatory reform, a rise …

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Do you know enough about your obligations regarding trust accounts pursuant to the Legal Profession Act 2008 (LPA) (Part 9 …

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What is the difference between witness preparation and witness coaching? Legal Profession Conduct Rule 39 concerns how practitioners discuss a …

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This seminar is a must for lawyers who practice in the area of tort or contract, or those with an …

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In this interesting insight into how lawyers communicate in 2015, Philippa Rezos, a Senior Legal officer at the LPCC, covers …

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This seminar is a must for practitioners who deal with contentious probate matters for its detailed discussion of the shifting …

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This seminar is a must for criminal law practitioners, both junior and experienced. Complete this seminar to gain a sound …

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This informative and practical seminar covers in detail what the work involved in signing Lawyers Advice Certificates. The seminar discusses …

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Ethical duties are obligations embodying norms of conduct and behaviour binding all within a profession. This seminar will look at …

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This practical seminar covers three main areas in costs – how and why to reach a fee agreement, conducting a …

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This seminar contains a detailed analysis of billing by fixed fees, rather than time based billing. Presented by one of …

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This seminar is a must for all practitioners with an interest in how their practice is structured. Complete this seminar …

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Freezing and search orders – formerly known as Mareva and Anton Piller orders respectively – have been described as the …

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Sole practitioners and small firms attending will gain valuable insight and learn some easy strategies to save time and money …

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John Raftos and Maryam Omari provide a detailed discussion of bullying in the workplace and is essential viewing for lawyers …

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What is the line between a forceful demand and misconduct? A well crafted demand setting out the facts on which …

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One of the most important and exacting documents a lawyer can be called upon to draft is a will. Susan …

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Practice Management
The Law Society of Western Australia
Level 5, 160 St Georges Terrace Perth

The Law Society of Western Australia’s Quality Practice Standard (QPS) reflects excellence in legal practice management. It is a means …

Read More
The Law Society of Western Australia
Level 5, 160 St Georges Terrace Perth

Completed the QPS Accreditation Workshop 1? This elective workshop is for legal practices on the pathway towards QPS accreditation. It …

Read More
eLearning Available Online

The size of in-house legal departments across Australia and around the rest of the world continues to grow unabated. But …

Read More

This eLearning course looks at process improvement in legal practice management and the approaches, methods and tools to increase productivity …

Read More

This session presents a way of approaching underlying causes of professional liability claims and will help inform risk management priorities, …

Read More

Digital Marketing is an essential consideration when trying to establish a new business or grow an existing one. From the …

Read More

Lawyers typically make a multitude of decisions daily that affect themselves and others, and when unconscious biases are in play, …

Read More Book Seminar

This practical seminar covers three main areas in costs – how and why to reach a fee agreement, conducting a …

Read More

This seminar contains a detailed analysis of billing by fixed fees, rather than time based billing. Presented by one of …

Read More

This seminar is a must for all practitioners with an interest in how their practice is structured. Complete this seminar …

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Sole practitioners and small firms attending will gain valuable insight and learn some easy strategies to save time and money …

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John Raftos and Maryam Omari provide a detailed discussion of bullying in the workplace and is essential viewing for lawyers …

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Professional Skills
The Law Society of Western Australia
Level 5, 160 St Georges Terrace PERTH

Friday, 21 June 2019, 9.00am – 6.30pm Early Bird Offer – Members only – register by the 31 May and …

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eLearning Available Online

This practical session will focus on four areas that are essential for consistently producing the highest quality correspondence: Structure – …

Read More

Practitioners, students and researchers rely on online sources for most legal research. It may be a surprise that extensive, reliable …

Read More

It’s not rocket science, and yet it happens, a lot, even to our own friends and colleagues This engaging, highly …

Read More

Drafting settlement offers and deeds can be deceptively complicated with traps for even the most experienced practitioners. Settlement deeds are …

Read More

Lawyers typically make a multitude of decisions daily that affect themselves and others, and when unconscious biases are in play, …

Read More Book Seminar

This seminar is a must for practitioners who deal with contentious probate matters for its detailed discussion of the shifting …

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This seminar is a must for criminal law practitioners, both junior and experienced. Complete this seminar to gain a sound …

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Substantive Law
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Ethics & Professional Responsibility
The Law Society of Western Australia
Level 5, 160 St Georges Terrace Perth

The Law Society of Western Australia’s Quality Practice Standard (QPS) reflects excellence in legal practice management. It is a means …

Read More
The Law Society of Western Australia
Level 5, 160 St Georges Terrace Perth

Completed the QPS Accreditation Workshop 1? This elective workshop is for legal practices on the pathway towards QPS accreditation. It …

Read More
The Law Society of Western Australia
Level 5, 160 St Georges Terrace PERTH

Friday, 21 June 2019, 9.00am – 6.30pm Early Bird Offer – Members only – register by the 31 May and …

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eLearning Available Online

Family lawyers are frequently advising on cases involving allegations of family and domestic violence against clients. This seminar examines how …

Read More

It’s not rocket science, and yet it happens, a lot, even to our own friends and colleagues This engaging, highly …

Read More

The Legal Profession Complaints Committee sees a number of complaints arising from misleading conduct by lawyers towards clients, the court, …

Read More

There is a crisis of culture, or “culture shocks” occurring in various industries, including financial services, retail and start-ups. This …

Read More

Lawyers typically make a multitude of decisions daily that affect themselves and others, and when unconscious biases are in play, …

Read More Book Seminar

Do you know enough about your obligations regarding trust accounts pursuant to the Legal Profession Act 2008 (LPA) (Part 9 …

Read More

What is the difference between witness preparation and witness coaching? Legal Profession Conduct Rule 39 concerns how practitioners discuss a …

Read More

In this interesting insight into how lawyers communicate in 2015, Philippa Rezos, a Senior Legal officer at the LPCC, covers …

Read More

Ethical duties are obligations embodying norms of conduct and behaviour binding all within a profession. This seminar will look at …

Read More

This seminar contains a detailed analysis of billing by fixed fees, rather than time based billing. Presented by one of …

Read More

This seminar is a must for all practitioners with an interest in how their practice is structured. Complete this seminar …

Read More

What is the line between a forceful demand and misconduct? A well crafted demand setting out the facts on which …

Read More

One of the most important and exacting documents a lawyer can be called upon to draft is a will. Susan …

Read More