Online Courses

Explore the practical operation and effect of the Building Act 2011 (WA) and related legislation on neighbourhood building disputes.

This informative seminar chaired by the Honourable Justice Neil McKerracher will provide a timely overview and update on Australian Consumer Law.

Too often lawyers are regarded as ‘handbrakes to happiness’ in the business world, obstructing and delaying the ordinary course of commerce.  Tanya Heaslip and Jan Macpherson will draw on their in-house experience and discuss practical steps on how to change this perception.

Nick Cooper will summarise the law regarding legal professional privilege. Using case examples, he will explore the hurdles in-house lawyers face in trying to properly maintain privilege including in the context of dealing with commercial teams, investigations etc. The presentation will conclude with practical tips to help maintain privilege.

Many lawyers deliver pleas in mitigation and act on violence and misconduct restraining orders as part of their day to day practice. This seminar is highly recommended for lawyers who represent clients in these two key practice areas.

Tim Kavenagh will examine the law in relation to shadow and de facto directors and draw on his role as in-house counsel at two different mining companies to give some practical tips on how not to stray into a director’s role.

A practical guide to changes to the laws governing incorporated associations

The art of drafting subpoenas has evolved over the years and can play an important role in the outcome of a case.  Are you using them effectively?  This presentation will cover suggestions on how to draft subpoenas and the role of subpoenas as a fact finding tool in modern litigation and arbitration.

A contaminated site can have significant economic and planning implications on any property development and it is vital that lawyers dealing with property transactions be able to plan for and properly advise their clients of the impact and requirements of the Contaminated Sites Act 2003 (WA).

This seminar is chaired by John Syminton, and presented by Peter Beekink and Craig Wallace.

The Hon Eric Heenan QC addresses a series of presumptions or doctrines which may be encountered in many situations especially in contentious and also non contentious succession cases.

Family Law for non-family lawyers

Family Law for non-family lawyers
CPD Points: 1.5 Price:

The basics you need to know even if you don’t practise family law.

Networking for Professional Success

Networking for Professional Success
CPD Points: 1 Price:

Building a network is where a lawyers’ future flow of information and opportunities will come from.  This seminar is suitable for all lawyers who want to build a network to underpin their professional success.