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Full 10 Points CPD Conference (Sydney, NSW) - $220.00 incl GST

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Price: A$200.00 /per person
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This is a legal conference that satisfies NSW, Victorian and Qld Solicitor's and NSW Barrister's 2018/19 annual CPD requirements in one day.

The fee for the conference is $220.00 for the day, inclusive of goods and services tax (please note that GST will be applied at the payment stage, resulting in a total price (inclusive of GST) of $220.00). This fee is payable here by credit card (Visa, Mastercard or American Express) or via PayPal by RSVPing 'Yes' on this page and following the prompts.

We will be starting at 10:00 am and going straight through the day. You will be fed and watered during the day. There will be seven presentations, resulting in a potential maximum of 10 points for the day. Each CPD strand will be covered at least once during the day.

To assist you in meeting your professional obligations, Meetup will keep a record of your attendance at these CPD events so long as you are a registered member of this group (just access the information in your 'My profile' tab). A draft schedule for the day will be uploaded over the coming weeks. The schedule is subject to change. The titles of the presentations, names of presenters and further details will be progressively updated.

This is a legal conference that satisfies Solicitor's and Barrister's 2018/19 annual CLE/CPD requirements in one day.

1. 10:00am - 11:30am (1.5 points)

How to Manage Your Clients' Data Responsibly

Presented by Gabor Szathmari, Director and Cyber Security Expert at Iron Bastion: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gaborszathmari/

Practice Management and Business Skills / Ethics and Professional Responsibility

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11.25am – Morning Tea served

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2. 11:30am – 1:00pm (1.5 points)

Working with Criminal Law Clients with Cognitive or Mental Health Issues

Presented by Jane Sanders, Principal Solicitor, The Shopfront Youth Legal Centre: https://www.theshopfront.org/

Substantive Law, Practice and Procedure and Evidence & Professional Skills / Barrister's Skills

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12.55pm – Lunch served

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3. 1:00pm - 2:30pm (1.5 points)

Q & A with a Judges' Associate

Presented by Michelle Dawe, Judges' Associate in the District Court of New South Wales

Professional Skills / Barrister's Skills

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4. 2:30pm – 4:00pm (1.5 points)

How Not to Get Struck Off

Presented by Peter Godkin, Criminal Law Barrister: https://criminallawbarrister.sydney/

Ethics and Professional Responsibility

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3.00pm – Afternoon Tea served

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5. 4:00pm – 5:30pm (1.5 points)

The New Safe Harbour from Insolvent Trading

Presented by Ben Sewell, Solicitor of Sewell & Kettle Lawyers: https://sklawyers.com.au/ .

Substantive Law, Practice and Procedure and Evidence

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5.00pm – Supper served

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6. 5:30pm – 7:00pm (1.5 points)

Pixelated Prisoner: Prison Video Links, Court 'Appearance' & Justice Matrix

Presented by Dr Carolyn McKay, Lecturer in Law and Deputy Director of the Sydney Institute of Criminology at the University of Sydney: https://sydney.edu.au/law/about/people/profiles/carolyn.mckay.php .

Professional Skills / Barrister's Skills
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7. 7:00pm – 8:00pm (1 point)

Don't Read 'em & Plead 'em

Presented by Chris Nowlan, Barrister at the Sydney Bar: http://chrisnowlan.com

Substantive Law, Practice and Procedure and Evidence & Professional Skills / Barrister's Skills