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Picture of the productASCR 2012 in Practice: A Commentary

The Australian Solicitors Conduct Rules 2012 in Practice: A Commentary for Australian Legal Practitioners is an essential reference tool for practising solicitors. The commentary is the most comprehensive guide to the Australian Solicitors Conduct Rules 2012 (ASCR) and aims to assist practitioners by providing guidance and additional information in applying the ASCR.

The rules are annotated with practical suggestions on how to avoid ethical mistakes. The commentary contains questions to pose which assist in resolving ethical dilemmas as well as reference tables for both legislation and cases and a full index.



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Picture of the productBy George! What the cases say about wage theft

Sustainable profitability is more than just a budget, a business plan, and a happy, healthy workforce. It’s also remembering that in addition to being a business owner and lawyer—you are also an employer. And that, in itself, attracts a whole host of potentially disastrous financial liabilities if not approached appropriately and lawfully. Join employment law expert, Belinda Winter, for an enlightening employer-focused rights and obligations refresher that will galvanise your workforce management in legal practice—with lessons from high-profile employment law cases to inform (and entertain) you along the way.

On-demand | 1 CPD point | 2019/2020 or 2020/2021 CPD year | Film date: 3 April 2020 | Video available: 6 May 2020

 


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Picture of the productChange applications in the Planning and Environment Court

Join our esteemed panel of judges from the Planning and Environment Court for their invaluable insights on what legal practitioners need to know when seeking minor changes to development applications and approvals. Common deficiencies in material will be discussed and practical guidance provided on how to ensure you get your material right.

On-demand | 1.5 CPD points | 2020/2021 CPD year | Film date: 7 October 2020 | Video available: 28 October 2020

 


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Picture of the productCore CPD: 3 in 1 workshop

Collect all three core CPD points by participating along with this collection of practical and engaging sessions, designed and run by the preeminent experts in legal ethics, trusts, and costs.

Please note this resource is also available to purchase as separate individual resources (The fundamental ethics playbook; Trust accounts ready reckoner: Back to basics; Pricing psychology and cost conversation).

On-demand | 3 CPD points | 2019/2020 or 2020/2021 CPD year | Film date: 20 February 2020 | Videos available: 19 March 2020

 


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Picture of the productCourt Update: Criminal Bar

Join members of the judiciary and senior barristers as they provide an update on how the courts are responding to COVID-19, particularly how Criminal matters are proceeding during these challenging times.

On-demand | 0.5 CPD points | 2019/2020 or 2020/2021 CPD year | Film date: 9 April 2020 | Video available: 12 May 2020

 


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Picture of the productCourt Update: Family Law

This recording is aimed at those who practice in the area of family law. Our judicial presenters will provide an update on how matters are proceeding in the Courts, what is currently working and what is not. Hear from senior barristers as they provide suggestions on how barristers can successfully carry on their practice during this challenging time.

On-demand | 0.5 CPD points | 2019/2020 or 2020/2021 CPD year | Film date: 15 April 2020 | Video available: 12 May 2020

 


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Picture of the productCOVID-19: Commercial leasing regulation explained

The Retail Shop Leases and Other Commercial Leases (COVID-19 Emergency Response) Regulation 2020 commenced on Thursday 28 May 2020. The regulation was made in response to the current pandemic and is intended to provide parties to affected leases and small businesses with relief in a number of ways. Join our expert presenters from QLS’ Property Law and Alternative Dispute Resolution Committees for practical guidance on its application. Adopting a case study approach, you will be provided with practical examples of how the regulation will apply in practice. The session will cover:

  • Who is eligible for relief under the regulation?
  • What is an affected lease?
  • How does the regulation apply to franchises?
  • What relief is available?
  • How do the transitional provisions work? (sections 47, 48 & 49)
  • Who is eligible to apply for dispute resolution under the regulation? (affected lease disputes and small business tenancy disputes)
  • What are the obligations on the parties to resolve the dispute before starting the process?
  • What is the dispute resolution process?
  • What is the role of the Small Business Commissioner?
  • What is the role of QCAT and the courts if the dispute cannot be resolved between the parties?

    On-demand | 1 CPD point | 2019/2020 or 2020/2021 CPD year | Film date: 5 June 2020 | Video available: 10 June 2020

     

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Picture of the productCOVID-19: Family law roundup

This not-to-be-missed session will cover core facets of family law practice directly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic including what to do when dealing with cross-border parenting orders during lockdown, and how property settlements may be affected by significant decreased business trading and value.

On-demand | 1 CPD point | 2020/2021 CPD year | Film date: 8 May 2020 | Video available: 1 July 2020

 


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Picture of the productCOVID-19: Magistrates Court Update

Join members of the Magistrates Court as they provide an insight on how their Courts are responding to COVID-19, particularly how matters are proceeding during these challenging times.

On-demand | 1 CPD point | 2019/2020 or 2020/2021 CPD year | Film date: 1 May 2020 | Video available: 12 May 2020

 


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Picture of the productCOVID-19: Witnessing and executing wills remotely

Amidst the lockdown necessitated by the global pandemic, certain legal requirements—such as the in-person execution and witnessing of wills—have become difficult or altogether impossible to comply with. As such, a new regime in the form of Practice Direction Number 10 of 2020, and the COVID-19 Emergency Response Act 2020 Regulations have been brought into effect; directly impacting the signing and execution of wills made between 1 March 2020 and 30 September 2020. Join us for an invaluable practical presentation that will provide a practical “how to” for witnessing and executing a will remotely during COVID-19; as well as the ethics and risk issues you need to be aware of.

On-demand | 1.5 CPD points | 2019/2020 or 2020/2021 CPD year | Film date: 15 May 2020 | Video available: 26 May 2020

 

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Picture of the productDomestic and family violence—A multi-perspective approach

Join our expert panel to gain insights into domestic and family violence from various perspectives. Adopting a scenario based approach, our guest presenters will discuss the issues which often arise in these matters and provide some practical guidance in how to address them.

On-demand | 1 CPD point | 2020/2021 CPD year | Film date: 19 October 2020 | Video available: 4 November 2020

 


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Picture of the productElder law issues in a pandemic

Join preeminent elder law expert, Brian Herd, for an enlightening and candid conversation around elder abuse risk issues amidst the current pandemic situation—as well as a practical reflection on how practitioners can rise to meet the emerging challenges in this critical area of law.

On-demand | 1 CPD point | 2019/2020 or 2020/2021 CPD year | Film date: 23 April 2020 | Available date: 20 May 2020

 


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Picture of the productEmployment law issues in a pandemic

Join eminent employment law expert, Belinda Winter, for a critical refresher around the rights and obligations of employers and employees in a pandemic situation. Gain guidance on a number of key employment law issues that arise when local and global business comes unexpectedly to a halt; and explore one expert’s view on the legality of various employment arrangements, stand downs and safety.

On-demand | 1 CPD point | 2019/2020 or 2020/2021 CPD year | Film date: 3 April 2020 | Video available: 8 April 2020

 


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Picture of the productEpisode 1: Are you digitally ready?

This is the first episode of a four-part series brought to you by our proud partner Property Exchange Australia (PEXA). QLS have worked with PEXA to design this series to bring you practical training on how practices are changing and what you need to know to manage digital innovation.

In this episode, join our expert presenter Andrew Smyth from Robbins Watson Solicitors as he covers:

  • the legalities of contracting via electronic means—what is valid and what is not valid electronically
  • relevant COVID-19 emergency legislative responses that allow for deeds to be signed remotely and by companies

In the second half of this episode, Jess Caire, Executive Manager from PEXA and Josh Callaghan, Chief Operating Officer from REIQ will conduct a Q&A on digital innovation initiatives currently being implemented in practices and what is driving those initiatives.

On-demand | 1 CPD point | 2019/2020 or 2020/2021 CPD year | Film date: 11 June 2020 | Video available: 17 June 2020

 


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Picture of the productEpisode 2: Are you digitally ready?

This is the second episode of a four-part series brought to you by our proud partner Property Exchange Australia (PEXA). QLS have worked with PEXA to design this series to bring you practical training on how practices are changing and what you need to know to manage digital innovation.

In this episode, join our presenter Carl White from CXINLAW as he presents digital client management strategies to “wow” your clients. Carl will consider:
  • How to develop your firm's digital readiness within a broader client-focused objective
  • Working with the four building blocks of innovation and Client Experience success
  • Where to start and what you can expect from aligning your service to the 'next normal'

In the second part of this episode, Jess Caire from PEXA joins us again for a Q&A with Warwick Walsh from Lawcadia, discussing how to apply innovative solutions in practice.

On-demand | 1 CPD point | 2020/2021 CPD year | Film date: 14 July 2020 | Video available: 17 July 2020

 


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Picture of the productEpisode 3: Are you digitally ready?

This is the third episode of a four-part series brought to you by our proud partner Property Exchange Australia (PEXA). QLS have worked with PEXA to design this series to bring you practical training on how practices are changing and what you need to know to manage digital innovation.

In this episode, join Rukshana Sashankan, Acting General Manager from PEXA and Kristan Conlon from McCullough Robertson Lawyers as they conduct a Q&A around the human element of change.

In the second half of the episode Rebecca Niebler our wellbeing expert discusses with Sarah-Elke Kraal ways of leading and managing people-centred change. You will learn about:
  • Change management vs leadership
  • Change leadership skills & behaviours
  • Emotional responses to change: the change curve
  • Emotional intelligence and change

On-demand | 1.5 CPD points | 2020/2021 CPD year | Film date: August 2020 | Video available: 19 August 2020

 


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Picture of the productEpisode 4: Are you digitally ready?

This is the final episode of a four-part series brought to you by our proud partner Property Exchange Australia (PEXA). QLS have worked with PEXA to design this series to bring you practical training on how practices are changing and what you need to know to manage digital innovation.

If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that there is no normal and we must be ready for everything. Learn from our experts on what you need to do to make sure your legal practice is prepared for whatever the next few months throws at us.

Join our information security and cyber security experts in a session that uncovers the cyber-criminal world and the kinds of threats that practices are facing right now. Gain valuable knowledge on maintaining your ability to work remotely and protect your client’s information safely at the same time. Then dive into a recent case study involving cyber-attacks on a Brisbane practitioner, and learn tips and pointers to avoid your firm being targeted.

On-demand | 1 CPD point | 2020/2021 CPD year | Film date: 26 August 2020 | Video available: 16 September 2020

 


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Picture of the productEssentials: Managing Conflict - To Act or Not To Act

The management of conflicts of interest and conflicts of duty is something that all solicitors need to keep front of mind. Are you confident that you are identifying conflicts and also managing them in accordance with the Australian Solicitors Conduct Rules 2012? This webinar has been designed for solicitors and will assist you to identify and manage conflicts.

On-demand | CPD points not applicable | Film date: 20 September 2017 | Video available: 4 October 2017

 

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Picture of the productEthics in an ever-changing time

Join Stafford Shepherd, Director of QLS’ Ethics and Practice Centre, for a practical discussion of our professional obligations in these ever-changing times.

This presentation will cover:
  • our ethical duties and why they are important for us to remember, especially during times of stress
  • whether there is flexibility around our professional obligations due to the current circumstances
  • which of our obligations remain absolutely non-negotiable and why.

This session will not only provide you with guidance in tackling ethical dilemmas during what are uncertain times, but also strategies to ensure you are practising self-care amidst it all.

On-demand | 1 CPD point | 2019/2020 or 2020/2021 CPD year | Film date: 17 June 2020 | Video available: 24 June 2020

 

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Picture of the productEvidence law and case theory fundamentals in a pandemic
Join Kylie Downes QC for a practical refresher on gathering evidence and preparing a case theory for existing or proposed litigation, including a discussion of COVID-19 implications. What will be covered:
  • key considerations in gathering evidence
  • important considerations in determining if evidence is admissible and its weight
  • a discussion of COVID-19 implications on evidence law including essential considerations in gathering and tendering evidence remotely
  • guidance for developing your case theory at an early stage.

    On-demand | 1 CPD point | 2019/2020 or 2020/2021 CPD year | Film date: 22 May 2020 | Video available: 3 June 2020


     

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Picture of the productGrow and nurture your client base

Whether you are principal practitioner or at any level of experience, developing a plan for business development that ‘fits’ your firm is a crucial skill for the modern lawyer. Aimed at those in sole and small practices, this session will give you a competitive edge and equip you with the information you need to consider while developing this strategy for the year ahead.

On-demand | 1 CPD point | 2019/2020 or 2020/2021 CPD year | Film date: 18 March 2020 | Video available: 2 April 2020

 


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Picture of the productHow COVID-19 has changed the way hearings are conducted

Civil trials, appeals and interlocutory hearings continue to go ahead in the Supreme and District Courts. COVID-19 has changed the way in which court hearings are conducted, but every effort is being made to ensure that trials and other hearings progress. Listen as our presenters provide important information on how to ensure hearings can go ahead and that they proceed efficiently.

On-demand | 1 CPD point | 2019/2020 or 2020/2021 CPD year | Film date: 16 April 2020 | Video available: 12 May 2020

 


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Picture of the productHow to run a bail hearing in a COVID-19 world

This session has been especially designed to provide you with practical guidance in making your next bail application during COVID-19 times. It will include a consideration of:

  • important preparation for bail hearings
  • key differences between bail applications in the higher and lower courts
  • new developments in the past month and how they affect bail applications
  • how to articulate a COVID-19 related case in a bail hearing
  • other Human Rights Act 2019 considerations to make.

On-demand | 1 CPD point | 2019/2020 or 2020/2021 CPD year | Film date: 16 April 2020 | Video available: 29 April 2020

 


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Picture of the productIntroduction to conveyancing

Aimed at junior legal staff, the introduction to conveyancing course provides you with the key skills to:

  • understand key concepts and important aspects of the conveyancing process, including ethical dilemmas that may arise in the process
  • develop an applied understanding of the sale and purchase of residential land and houses, and of lots in a Community Titles Scheme
  • effectively communicate and comply with the changing requirements of the office of state revenue and land titles office
  • learn how e-conveyancing works in practice and the platforms available.
A downloadable workbook and answer guide is available for you to follow along and work through the scenarios.

On-demand | CPD points not applicable | Over 10 hours of content | 2019/2020 CPD year | Film date: 2-3 April 2019 | Videos available: 10 May 2019

 


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Picture of the productLessons learnt from crises: How to adapt and emerge stronger

Drawing from his experiences of past crises and challenges amidst times of uncertainty, volatility and rapid change, join Randal Dennings as he shares his top four tips on how to adapt your practice and emerge stronger from the current pandemic.

Randal will:

  • focus on providing practical guidance and suggestions which you can implement in your practice right now
  • draw on war stories from past crises and highlight key lessons learnt
  • assist you and your firm to develop your own fit for purpose pandemic recovery plan.

On-demand | 1 CPD point | 2020/2021 CPD year | Film date: 6 July 2020 | Video available: 22 July 2020

 


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