Government

Brush up on the latest statutory amendments, government policies and new laws in Australia through our Government CPD courses. Focussing on public policy and government legislation, this CPD course is beneficial not just for government lawyers, but for any practinioners working within a practice area where statutory amendments are commonplace. Leo Cussen's Government Law CPD courses will help ensure that both non-government and government solicitors stay up to date on public policy and legislative changes within government law.

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    It is likely you have heard the terms Blockchain, Digital Assets, Smart Contracts. But do you know what they are, how relevant they are to your legal practice, how they will and do impact your clients, or how to start learning the basics? There are many questions and issues surrounding these terms and new technologies and this seminar, presented by Joni Pirovich, Special Counsel from Mills Oakley, is here to answer all your questions.

    $130.00
  • 5.0

    Session 1: Redacting Documents – Errors, Risks and Consequences Session 2: Contract Law – Case Update and Recent Developments. Session 3: Negotiating And Drafting Settlement Agreements And Releases. Session 4: VCAT – Powers, Practice & Procedure. Session 5: Misleading and Deceptive Conduct Update – Hear from a Barrister And Former General Manager, Consumer Affairs!

    $395.00
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    Misbehaviour in any workplace can have devastating consequences. Sexual harassment, bullying, victimisation, discrimination in the workplace are all key risk areas.  But with so many changes in how we work in 2021, comes new challenges to traditional thinking about where the workplace begins and ends. Employee and colleague vulnerabilities are more exposed than ever, as colleagues ‘enter each other’s homes’ and private spaces to carry out work and conduct business. Is there a risk of information about how a colleague lives, being used against them? 

    $130.00
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    Recent scandalous examples highlight that certain behaviour in the workplace can have devastating consequences. Has the risk decreased since most people are working remotely? Or has it become easier and riskier given the line between work and home is blurring and can lead to mistaking informality for acceptance of inappropriate behaviour. How have the risks changed and what should lawyers be alert to when conducting work, interacting with or supervising staff.

    $130.00