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The UCPR rules and how to use them to your client's advantage - on-demand
Course ID ID21019_LIT1
This on-demand material was recorded in March 2021. You can purchase and access this content at any time.
Knowing the UCPR rules and applying them proficiently in civil procedures is an essential skillset for lawyers in litigation.
Join Andrew Justice, Barrister, Newcastle Chambers where you will learn about:
- Overview of UCPR rules
- Some lesser-known rules and more used and well-known rules
- General considerations of other rules to your client’s advantage (eg Security for Costs, Preliminary Discovery, Interim Preservation, Particulars etc)
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.
Due to new reporting requirements introduced by the Legal Practice Board of Western Australia on 1 April 2021, practitioners holding WA practising certificates are not currently eligible to claim CPD points for this product.
Full Price $49.50
Alumni/Member Price $44.55
30 June 2022
With chambers in both Sydney and Newcastle, Andrew is uniquely positioned to represent a broad range of clients in the areas in which he specialises, which includes corporations law, construction law and commercial law.
Regularly appearing in the Federal Court of Australia, Supreme and District Courts of New South Wales, as well as the New South Wales Court of Appeal and New South Wales Civil and Administrative Tribunal (NCAT), Andrew’s advocacy experience also extends to representing clients in mediations. His client base includes small to medium businesses, liquidators, large, listed companies, builders (including some of Australia’s largest builders) and owners, including strata bodies, in construction law matters.
Andrew’s practice has seen him briefed, largely unled, in a range of geographical locations across Australia, including New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland. He is commended for the calibre of his knowledge in corporations law, insolvency and construction law, his strategic advice in running litigation and his highly developed advocacy skills.
Prior to being called to the Bar in 2002, Andrew practised as a solicitor at Watson Mangioni for three years. He has lectured in corporations law at the University of Ballarat, Sydney Campus, is a member of the Commercial Law Association of Australia and was formerly a member of the New South Wales Bar Association’s New Barrister’s Committee. Andrew holds a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Wollongong.
Claiming CPD units
If you intend to claim CPD units for this educational activity, please note that CPD activities are not accredited by the Law Society of NSW or any other equivalent local authority, with the exception of Western Australia. If you hold a practising certificate in a state or territory other than Western Australia and this educational activity extends your knowledge and skills in areas that are relevant to your practice needs or professional development, then you should claim one (1) "unit” for each hour of attendance, refreshment breaks not included. The annual requirement is ten (10) CPD units each year from 1 April to 31 March. Some practitioners, such as accredited specialists are required to complete more than ten (10) units each CPD year.
If you hold a Western Australian practising certificate, please refer to the course description above as to whether you are eligible to earn CPD points for this activity.