eLearning: Creating the Optimal General Counsel / Outside Counsel Relationship

The size of in-house legal departments across Australia and around the rest of the world continues to grow unabated. But this this labour arbitrage approach to legal services can often result in an imbalance. A corporation is out-of-balance when its legal service needs are not aligned with the skills and costs of its providers (both […]

eLearning: Process Mapping and Improving Legal Practice Management

This eLearning course looks at process improvement in legal practice management and the approaches, methods and tools to increase productivity in a legal service environment. It will cover the following 6 areas: Lean Streamlining Philosophy Process mapping CADTI process improvement model Behavioural Analysis Systems Analysis Legal Matter Analysis Level : General

Property Law Update

This seminar is available for in person or webinar attendance. There are many new developments happening in property law at the moment, and it can be challenging to keep up to date. This seminar is designed to provide property law practitioners with recent updates on the law, including: The Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (CTH) […]

Quality Practice Standard Accreditation Workshop Two

Completed the QPS Accreditation Workshop 1? This elective workshop is for legal practices on the pathway towards QPS accreditation. It builds on the key learning gained in the first workshop, but offers you and your team further support and coaching. Level: General Cost  $230.00 – First and second participants $160.00 – Third and subsequent participants […]

Quality Practice Standard Accreditation Workshop One

The Law Society of Western Australia’s Quality Practice Standard (QPS) reflects excellence in legal practice management. It is a means by which firms and practices can enhance competitiveness, deepen client relationships, mitigate risk and ensure that accountability in service excellence is upheld. This workshop is the first step in the pathway towards QPS accreditation and […]

Using Technology to Get More Done

This seminar is available is available for in person or webinar attendance. Join us for a practical discussion on software and applications being used in law firms.  Hear from Principals on how they are using technology in their practice with realistic feedback on how it impacts productivity.  This session is not to be missed if […]

Surviving Long Hours and High Expectations

This seminar is available for in person or webinar attendance. The modern practice of law is focused on profitability and client service, which creates high demands on time and sets continuous expectations on producing high quality work. The ramifications of long hours and high expectations can result in excessive stress, and an imbalance between work […]

Self-talk – managing your inner voice WEBINAR

It’s no secret that law is a demanding occupation and  many lawyers can be prone to self-criticism and worry.  In this webinar Clinical Psychologist Cameron Aggs (M/. Clin. Psych) will present a framework for self-talk that will focus on balancing out your propensities for worry and rumination with new skills in self-talk that promotes a […]

Cybersecurity – How to Make Your Practice Safer

This seminar is available for in person or webinar attendance.  A light-hearted look at the serious consequences of poor cybersecurity management and its potential impact on your pocket and your practising certificate. Carolyn Moss, a barrister from Francis Burt Chambers, examines recent cybercrime trends, how you can spot a cybercriminal and how you can make […]

Costs – Unravelling the Mystery

This seminar is fully booked, to book on the webinar please use the link above. A Hands-on Masterclass of the Law of Costs and Billing Effective costs and billing practice is a fundamental component in legal practice and an essential skill for all lawyers. The Law Society’s Costs Committee presents this seminar with experienced costs […]