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LEGAL PRACTICE MANAGEMENT

LEGAL PRACTICE MANAGEMENT

About the Legal Practice Management Course

When you choose The College of Law, your Legal Practice Management Course (LPMC) will do so much more than just tick a box to satisfy requirements the principle practicing certificate requirements.

It will give you immediate, real-world value – opening you up to a world of new opportunities. That’s because our courses are practical by design and taught by legal business professionals with boots-on-the-ground experience.

Their experience will help you gain the understanding and skills you need to transition from employed lawyer to business owner or practice leader.

Course dates are offered to attend in person or online via video conferencing

Did you know?

Your LPMC course can count as one subject’s credit towards our Master of Laws Program (LLM), Graduate Diploma of Legal Business or Master of Legal Business courses*

The College of Law LPMC program meets the requirements of state regulating bodies in NSW, QLD, VIC, WA and SA

 

 

Course Overview

Find out about the course structure, accreditation, presenters, location and price of programs for each state.

 

New South Wales

  • Our Legal Practice Management Course (LPMC) meets the Law Society requirements for removing condition 3 from your practising certificate.
  • You can claim up to 10 CPD units in the areas of Ethics and Professional Responsibility, Practice Management and Business Skills, and Professional Skills.

 

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Queensland

  • This course meets the requirements of the Queensland Law Society for obtaining a Principal Practising Certificate and is fully accredited by the Law Society.
  • You can claim up to 10 CPD units in the areas of Ethics and Professional Responsibility, Practice Management and Business Skills, and Professional Skills.

 

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South Australia

  • Our Law Practice Management Course in South Australia is recognised and accredited by The Legal Practitioners Education and Admission Council (LPEAC).
  • You can claim up to 21 CPD units in the areas of Ethics and Professional Responsibility, Practice Management and Business Skills, and Professional Skills.

 

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Victoria

  • This course is assessed as compliant with the Victorian Legal Services Board + Commissioner Practice Management Course Guidelines for Victoria dated October 2017 and clause 5.3 of the Grant of a Principal Practising Certificate. Policy.
  • You can claim up to 21 CPD units in the areas of Ethics and Professional Responsibility, Practice Management and Business Skills, and Professional Skills.

 

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Western Australia

  • The course is approved PMC under Rule 18I of the Legal Profession Rules 2009 (WA) and by satisfactorily completing the course, you will be issued with a PMC Statement for Western Australia which can be provided to the LPB to have the restriction against practising as a Principal removed from your Practice Certificate.
  • You can claim up to 10 CPD units in the areas of Ethics and Professional Responsibility, Practice Management and Business Skills, and Professional Skills.

 

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What you will learn

With the College of Law LPMC, you will learn how to:

  • Attract quality clients
  • Design smart pricing strategies
  • Implement powerful management techniques
  • Leverage innovation and new technologies
  • Market your practice to outpoint the competition
  • Control operational risk
  • Maximise your daily output
  • Achieve personal and business objectives
  • Uphold professional responsibility and ethical practice requirements
  • Reduce stress and burnout

 

Why College of Law LPMC?

  • 25+ years of LPMC teaching experience
  • 5000+ LPMC graduates
  • A national organisation with access to best-in-industry research and resources
  • Cutting-edge programs underpinned by local knowledge for each market
  • Develop a business plan you’ll actually use
  • A pathway and credit towards a Master of Law or Postgraduate qualification of Legal Business Management
  • An eye for what's to come: our Centre for Legal Innovation is pioneering thought leadership by exploring the impact of new legal technologies and more.

 

The course effectively presented the practical, ethical and legal aspects of managing a law practice, which I now draw on frequently.

Rebecca Ogge

Principal Lawyer, Ogge Law