Professional Development Programs
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Meet your annual CPD requirements before 31 March 2020
Summer and the New Year usually signals the start of a mad scramble by lawyers looking to meet their CPD requirements by the March deadline. To make it easy to get your 10, we’ve got everything you need to choose the CPD programs for you. We offer a range of programs designed to help you upskill and add value to your practice. Programs are presented by experienced practitioners and are tailored for your level of experience.
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Choose your program by area of specialisation:Administrative & Public Sector Law
Corporate & Commercial Law
Ethic and Professional Responsibility
Intellectual Property Law
Litigation and Personal Injury
New Lawyer Programs
Wills, Estates & Trusts
Attend face-to-face for networking and personalised feedback opportunities. Programs include: Essential guide workshops; Skills workshops; Emerging issues programs; Advanced conferences; and Mandatory CPD.Face-to-face
The College of Law’s Skills workshops provide you with hands-on practice and feedback to deepen your skills in a specific areas of practice.Skills workshops
CPD Interactive’s online courses allow you to benefit from many years of accumulated knowledge, from some of the most experienced names in the legal industry Australia wide.CPD Interactive
Complete the programs online anytime, from anywhere. All you need is a device and internet access.On-demand CPD
New lawyer program
The College of Law has introduced a New Lawyer Program to encourage and offer new lawyers (less than three years in practice) the opportunity to upskill and add value to their practice from the very first day.New Lawyer Program
With more and more disputes being resolved before trial, mediation and dispute resolution training is a great skill for practitioners to have. The College offers Nationally Accredited Mediator Training Programs along with National Mediation Assessment.Mediator training
The Migration Agents Capstone Assessment (the Capstone Assessment) is an independent competency-based assessment, offered by The College of Law Limited. The Capstone Assessment has been designed to assess candidate’s skills to meet the Occupational Competency Standards for Registered Migration Agents (RMAs).
Becoming a Notary is an additional service you can offer to your clients and expands the capabilities of your practice to welcome new work. Ensure you are ready to practise by learning with the leader in legal education.
Comprehensive seminar materials with an excellent presenter made this an extremely valuable CPD seminar – highly recommended for practitioners at many levels of experience.