CPD Intensive 2018

Event Date: 
21 February 2018

JusticeNet’s popular Summer CPD Intensive returns on Wednesday 21 February 2018 at the conveniently located Flinders University in Victoria Square.

*Due to unforseen circumstances, Dr Simon Longstaff's presentation on Legal Ethics has been rescheduled to Wednesday 21 March at the same venue.* 

We have assembled a quality program of informative and entertaining sessions from leading members of the profession: 

Wednesday 21 February 2018






The 'NewLaw' business model unpacked: is it right for your practice?

Josephine Otimi, Director, The Social Experiment

1 (PM)


Mediation and confidentiality

Ruth Beach, Lawyer and Mediator

1 (PS)


Consumer Law update – current regulatory reform, trends and priorities

George Kamencek, Co-Managing Director and Principal Lawyer, CCL Consultants


Politics, sex, religion or counsel fees: why we do need to discuss

Kerry Clark, Barrister, Murray Chambers



Practical issues on appeals

The Honourable Justice Sam Doyle SC, Supreme Court, and Dr Chris Bleby SC, Solicitor-General

1 (PS)

Wednesday 21 March 2018




Ethics for Fools: what is the role of the law (and the lawyer) in creating a good society?

Dr Simon Longstaff AO, Executive Director, The Ethics Centre

Session sponsored by:

SA Attorney-General's Department

2 (Ethics)


Click here to download the program flyer (coming soon)


Sessions are competitively priced and give participants the opportunity to earn CPD points before the 31 March deadline. All mandatory CPD units (Ethics, Professional Skills and Practice Management) are included.


  • Individual sessions: JusticeNet Members $80, Non-Members $110, Concession $60
  • All-day ticket (6 sessions): JusticeNet Members $360, Non-Members $495, Concession $270


Thank you to Flinders University and our presenters for supporting this important fundraiser for JusticeNet SA, and also to the SA Attorney-General's Department for sponsoring Dr Simon Longstaff's presentation.

All proceeds support JusticeNet’s mission to improve access to justice for low-income and disadvantaged South Australians. 



Flinders University

182-188 Victoria Square
AdelaideAdelaide City Council, South Australia 5000
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