JusticeNet CPD Seminars – Friday 3 February 2012
JusticeNet is delighted to offer 3 high-quality CPD seminars (including 2 required units) in early 2012.
The seminars will give participants a unique opportunity to accrue CPD units before the 31 March deadline, while supporting the vital work of JusticeNet SA. All proceeds will support JusticeNet's pro bono referral service for low-income and disadvantaged South Australians. If you have already met your requirements for this CPD year, units earned from these seminars can be carried forward to the 2012/13 CPD year.
- Generous discounts for JusticeNet members, Friends of JusticeNet, young lawyers and students
- 20% discount for Early Bird registrations by 13 JANUARY 2012
- Register and pay online at http://www.trybooking.com/BBHK
VENUE: Flinders University - City Campus, Level 2, 182 Victoria Square Adelaide
WHEN: 2:30pm – 6:00pm Friday 3 February 2012 (3 x 1 hr sessions, 1 CPD unit per session)
|2:30 – 3:30 pm (1 CPD Unit)
||Rachel SpencerUniversity of South Australia
||Don’t believe what you see on TV!(Required Unit: Practical Legal Ethics)
||A practical analysis of ethical issues raised by the depiction of lawyers in popular culture. An entertaining and informative session that will analyse a variety of ethical situations depicted in film and television and compare the fiction to the reality of working within the Conduct Rules and other ethical boundaries in South Australia.
|3:45 – 4:45 pm (1 CPD Unit)
||Carolyn MitchellCowell Clarke
||Work/life balance: An elusive goal for high achievers?(Required Unit: Practice Management and Business Skills)
||What does work/life balance mean? What are the obstacles to achieving work/life balance? This seminar explores a very topical issue for the modern lawyer. Drawing on the presenter’s extensive experience managing and leading lawyers, the seminar will examine the struggle to find work/life balance, while recognising that it means different things at different stages of our lives.
|5:00 – 6:00 pm (1 CPD Unit)
||Advocacy: Trial and Error
||A practical discussion of a variety of aspects of advocacy including manner of delivery, answering questions from the bench, written submissions and cross-examination. Presented with insights and examples from the presenter’s wealth of experience as an advocate.
||JusticeNet Members & Friends,
lawyers < 5 years PAE,
students & concession
Trybooking.com (online booking service) is proud to sponsor this event and will donate all booking fees ($0.30 per ticket) to JusticeNet SA.
For more information contact Louise Young at firstname.lastname@example.org or 8313 5005.