The essential guide to family law: practice and procedure - on demand
Course ID ID20003_FAM1
This on-demand material was recorded in March 2020 and updated in June 2020.
Build your confidence in family law through our on-demand essential guide to practice and procedure. You will learn key knowledge on:
- The regulatory framework of family law practice and procedure in Australia
- Dispute resolution processes which apply before and after proceedings are filed
- Common types of family law proceedings and the steps in those proceedings
- Ethical and professional responsibility issues that arise in family law practice
This course is split into five parts:
Part 1: COVID-19 update on practice and procedure
Part 2: Introduction to family law and dispute resolution
Part 3: Property and spousal maintenance
Part 4: Parenting orders
Part 5: Affidavits and procedure and practice tips
- Kathryn Kearley, Accredited Specialist (Family Law)
Recent attendee testimonials:
- “The lecturer was very knowledgable. I am a new practitioner that has started in Family Law, and I learnt more here than at uni or in the office.”
- “Excellent presenter, comprehensive content. Fast-paced sessions but not too fast. Good mix of big picture policy and detail.”
- “Very well-rounded seminar – great detail and resources.”
- “Kathryn Kearley’s handout is outstanding. More comprehensive than expected.”
At the end of this on-demand course, you will earn 3 CPD points. Please consult the CPD rules for your state to ascertain how many CPD points you can claim for private study of audio/visual material during the CPD year.
Full Price $297.00
Alumni/Member Price $267.30
01 July 2020
30 June 2021
About This Course
Kathryn Kearley Senior PLT Lecturer, The College of Law
Accredited Specialist, Family Law
Kathryn Kearley has over 15 years of experience as a law lecturer and over 25 years in legal practice. She has significant experience in family law, civil litigation, property as well as mediation. Kathryn practised at a number of leading national law firms working in family law, litigation and property before commencing her own firm in 2001. Kathryn is an accredited family law specialist with the Law Society of NSW. Kathryn holds degrees of Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Laws (UNSW), Master of Laws (Hons) (UNE) and Master of Higher Education (Macquarie University).
This on-demand was produced in NSW and features a NSW-based practitioner. This on-demand is available to practitioners from all Australian jurisdictions.