About the event

The risk of inadequate supervision not only concerns a practice’s or practitioner’s compliance requirements but may also result in professional negligence claims.

Libby Fulham from the Legal Practice Board will discuss:

  • The requirements of the Legal Profession Act 2008 and the Legal Profession Regulations 2009;
  • The Board’s Supervised Legal Practice Guidelines;
  • What is effective supervision in legal practice;
  • The role of the supervisor;
  • Common complaints from junior legal practitioners in relation to the standard of supervision provided in law practices.

John Rogers from Law Mutual will provide insights into how this risk may be mitigated with a focus on:

  • Compliance requirements are a minimum standard; you may need to do more depending upon the nature of your practice
  • Where the risk of inadequate supervision can arise when providing legal services
  • What may constitute an adequate system or process of supervision, including the need to regularly review whether or not the system is working in practice
  • The concept of supervision from the point of view of both the supervisor and the supervisee

 

Level: General

Author Profiles

Libby Fulham

Executive Director, Legal Practice Board of Western Australia

Author Profiles

Libby Fulham

John Rogers

General Manager, Law Mutual (WA)

Author Profiles

John Rogers

Course Details

Date & Time:
Monday, 22 February 2021 1.00pm – 2.00pm

 

Venue:

At your desk

Delivered live online

 

CPD Points:

1.0 Point Competency 1: Practice Management

 

Price:

CPD Freedom: $0

Member: $125

Non – Member: $200

 

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Date & Time:

Mon, 22 February 2021 1.00pm - 2.00pm

Venue:

At your desk, Delivered live online wa

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CPD Points:

none Points Professional Management

none Points Professional Responsibility

Points Skills

none Points Ethics

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