Webinar - Psst..Did you hear the one about the lawyer who
Course ID CQ170301_MAN1
Hear from Ian Foote, Ethics Lecturer, The College of Law, as he presents an interesting discussion focusing on ethics and practitioner misconduct.
Attending this one-hour presentation will satisfy your mandatory CPD component of ethics.
Full Price $120.00
Alumni/Member Price $108.00
07 March 2017
07 March 2017
2pm AEDST - 3pm AEDST
About This Course
This one-hour webinar will focus on unethical practitioner misconduct in the recent cases of Bain (deceased) & Bain (No3)  FamCA 662, Legal Services Commissioner v Bentley  QCAT 185 and Council of Law Society of NSW v Flynn  NSWADT 70.
This webinar complies with the mandatory area of Ethics.
Lecturer, The College of Law
Ian was admitted to practice in 1976, and has more than 25 years’ experience as a solicitor in private practice as a principal focusing on general commercial work, civil litigation and property practice.
He practised at his own firm in Brisbane for many years and then moved to the Queensland Law Society doing investigations and prosecutions of disciplinary matters before the establishment of the Legal Services Commission. Ian has extensive experience in the areas of legal ethics, professional responsibility and trust accounting. He presently works with the Queensland Law Society’s Professional Standards Department providing legal and ethical advice to solicitors and undertaking complaint and trust account investigations.
Ian is an accredited mediator and member of the Queensland Law Society.
He enjoys travelling abroad, dining out and spending time with his two children and long suffering partner.
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