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Advanced family law

Level: Advanced
Targeted at experienced family law practitioners who want to apply and extend their skills and knowledge, this practical workshop uses complex legal scenarios and questions to explore various aspects of family law practice.

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Contact Events Management on 07 3842 5806 or events@qls.com.au with any queries.

3 CPD points, 2021/2022 CPD year

 


 

*Note: This event is being offered for both in-person and online attendance. To register, select "Register Myself" and then choose your attendance option.

Cost:
Member
$350 early bird (by 6 May)
$435 standard (by 18 May)

Non-member*
$565 standard (by 18 May)

*To enquire about Membership, contact the QLS Records and Member Services Team on 07 3842 5805 or records@qls.com.au.

COVID-19 information
To ensure this QLS event is the safest it can be for you and others, we are asking you to play a role at our in-person functions.
  • Maintain social distancing of 1.5m from others.
  • Practise high-level hand-hygiene by washing your hands thoroughly and often, and using the sanitiser stations available.
  • Stay home if you are showing symptoms of COVID-19 such as cough, fever, sore throat, fatigue or shortness of breath.
  • Stay home if in the 14 days prior to the event you have been in contact with a confirmed case or someone who has been to a hotspot.
  • Do not register to attend if in the 14 days prior to the event, you will have been overseas or to a COVID-19 hotspot.
  • Seek assistance from a QLS staff member if you become unwell during the event.
  • For further safety precautions we also encourage the download and use of the Australian Government's COVID-Safe app. More information can be found here.
    When
    20/05/2021 9:00 AM - 20/05/2021 12:30 PM
    Where
    Law Society House
    Auditorium, Level 2
    179 Ann Street
    BRISBANE + ONLINE, QLD 4000 Australia

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