ABOUT IN-HOUSE PRACTICE
In-house practitioners are crucial to the daily function of the corporations and organisations they represent.
The LLM (Applied Law) with a major in In-house Practice enables:
- Private practitioners moving in-house to develop their skills
- In-house practitioners to work more effectively in their role
This program focuses on the commercial aspects of being an in-house lawyer. The law is covered, but always in the context of the commercial realities faced by in-house counsel.
It completely changes the way you practise. It takes you to another level. You can really tell lawyers that have actually done the course because they practise at a completely different level.
David Cosgrave Director, Legal Services University of Southern Queensland
Tony de Govrik In-house Legal Advisor, A C de Govrik & Associates
Dion Gooderham Senior Corporate Counsel, IAG
Angela Taylor Global Head Legal and Compliance, Corporate Group in Financial Services Sector
Chris Woodforde Principal and Owner, Bridgewater Strategies Pty Limited
Emma Zipper General Counsel & Company Secretary, Bupa ANZ
Jairan Amigh Corporate Governance and Legal Professional
David Cosgrave Director, Legal Services, University of Southern Queensland
Craig Smith Adjunct Lecturer, The College of Law and Lecturer, Queensland University of Technology
Jean-Paul Wallace General Counsel, CPD Contractors
It’s great when you have lecturers who are academics leaders in the field or leading practitioners in the field and barristers. It makes you feel as though you’re going to have the edge on other people learning the same sort of course.
Edward Maragna, Solicitor, MRH LawyersApplied Law Program