Family Law Masterclass

In this Family Law Masterclass, leading experts in the legal profession will look at some key topics arising in 2019. • Third parties in Family Law property matters • Practical guidance in the use of forms and court processes • Who is a parent? The case of Masson v Parsons [2019] HCA 21 Level: Intermediate 

Succession Law Masterclass

In this Succession Law Masterclass, leading experts in the legal profession will look at some key topics arising in 2019. Case Update: Narumon Pty Ltd [2018] QSC 185 Changes to the Administration Amendment Bill 2018 Reform of the intestacy provisions in Western Australia is long overdue.  The Administration Amendment Bill was introduced into State Parliament […]

Responding to Challenging Behaviours

Do you need strategies to manage highly emotional situations? Would you benefit from developing an awareness of personal triggers?  And would you like practical communication skills to deal with difficult situation? This interactive workshop is designed for lawyers whose clients have complex and urgent needs, often seeking immediate resolution.  By the end of this training […]

Criminal Law Masterclass

In this Criminal Law Masterclass, leading experts in the legal profession will look at some key topics arising in 2019. Section 501 of the Migration Act – cancellation issues Aimed at assisting criminal lawyers in their practice, learn how criminal conduct, charges, convictions or sentences may affect your client’s rights to reside in Australia. This […]

e-Trials – an introduction

In an electronic trial the trial bundle is submitted electronically and the items within that electronic trial bundle may be viewed in court and tendered as evidence.  This seminar will  give guidance to practitioners who may be required, or who request, that a trial within the Supreme Court of Western Australia be conducted by way […]

The New Practice Direction on Witness Outlines: a Brave New World or Back to the Future?

In January 2019 the Supreme Court introduced significant changes to the Consolidated Practice Directions dealing with evidence-in-chief at trial.  Generally, evidence will now be given orally and witness statements are replaced with witness outlines. Key points to be discussed at this seminar include: The amendments to the Consolidated Practice Directions The use and abuse of […]

The many hats of In-house Counsel and Government Lawyers

This half-day professional development programme has been specifically designed to share ideas on ethics, business and team management skills for In-house Counsel and Government Lawyers. Topics covered include: • Offering business value and building profile In House Counsel bring unique value to organisations, but it can sometimes be hard for others to see. In this […]

A View From the Bench

This seminar will also be streamed as a webinar.  This seminar provides a great opportunity for junior practitioners to receive practical advice on appearing before the Supreme, District and Magistrates Court and the State Administrative Tribunal.  The highly experienced speakers will provide advice on: general conduct in the courts expectations of junior lawyers insights into […]

Leading in Law

Leading Towards a Culture of Excellence Great culture promotes and grows high performing businesses. Leading a great culture fosters and motivates employees to go beyond the call of duty and responsibility because they know they are part of a supportive culture with a leader who has their back. This workshop shows you how to be […]