Professional Courtesy

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Price
$99.00

CPD Points 1

Competency
  • C3: Ethics and Professional Responsibility (1)

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Professional Courtesy

Professional Courtesy
CPD Points: 1 Price:
$99.00

Do you know what the Legal Profession Conduct Rules 2010 provides? Hear from Philippa Rezos, Senior Legal Officer at the Legal Profession Complaints Committee, who will highlight complaints relating to professional courtesy amongst lawyers.  This is a highly informative seminar which is scenario based.

Disclosure and Costs Agreements

Disclosure and Costs Agreements
CPD Points: 1.5 Price:
$149.00

This practical seminar covers three main areas in costs - how and why to reach a fee agreement, conducting a taxation and what professional conduct issues may arise in the area of costs and agreements. It contains practical advice from experts in these areas to take back to the office today to assist you in running your practice more efficiently and hopefully avoiding complaints.

Author Profile

Professional Courtesy

Philippa is a senior legal officer at the Legal Profession Complaints Committee  and Manager of the Rapid Resolution Team. She has undertaken LEADR  mediation training. She was admitted to practice in Western Australia in 1983 and holds a Bachelor of Jurisprudence and a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Western Australia.

Course Summary

Do you know what the Legal Profession Conduct Rules 2010 provides? Hear from Philippa Rezos, Senior Legal Officer at the Legal Profession Complaints Committee, who will highlight complaints relating to professional courtesy amongst lawyers.  This is a highly informative seminar which is scenario based.

Course Details

In this interesting insight into how lawyers communicate in 2015, Philippa Rezos, a Senior Legal officer at the LPCC, covers many of the forms by which professional discourtesy can arise, how to avoid it, and what to do if you encounter it.  The seminar also covers the converse; how to improve the way in which you communicate as a lawyer and avoid being the subject of a complaint involving discourtesy or poor communication.