Legal Practice Management - Corporate and Government

Course ID PN171002_CGL1

  • Blended
  • 18
  • Advanced
  • 10 CPD POINTS

REGISTRATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED FOR THIS COURSE.

The course is specifically adapted for in-house lawyers and includes materials from the College of Law's Master of Applied Law (In-House Legal Practice) Program, and presenters with experience as in-house counsel.

With a strong emphasis on legal and organisational strategy, highlighting the importance of the in-house team’s value proposition and delivering effective results, this course also covers the role of in-house lawyers in ethical culture and governance systems, stakeholder relationships, risk assessment and management and the core regulatory curriculum.

If you want to remove Condition 3 from your practising certificate, or become a law practice principal, the NSW Law Society requires you to complete a Practice Management Course. The College’s Legal Practice Management Course is designed to meet these requirements. The course is also suitable for in-house lawyers who have management responsibilities or want a better understanding of how the legal function works in public or private sector organisations.

Workshop Details: 8-10 November 2017, 9.00am - 5.00pm

College of Law Alumni and Law Society Members receive a 10% discount on the price.

Please read below for course requirements.

This course is now full.

Full Price $1,900.00

Alumni/Member Price $1,710.00

Dates

Start date:

08 November 2017

End date:

10 November 2017

Time:

9:00am - 5:00pm

Location:


The College of Law
Level 16, St James Centre
111 Elizabeth Street
Sydney NSW 2000

About This Course

Outline

Topics include: 

 

  • strategic management – challenges for corporate and government lawyers
  • people management
  • work and systems management
  • developing an ethical business culture
  • financial mechanics – budgets and balance sheets
  • client relationship strategies – delivering value
  • ethics and professional responsibility
  • risk management – the insurer’s perspective
  • risk management – prevention strategies
  • stress management

All three components must be undertaken for satisfactory completion. Certificate of completion available approximately 4 weeks after workshop.

Component

Activity Name

Format

Pre workshop online interactive activities

Preliminary participation

Online multiple choice type self test quizzes plus trust accounting software activity

 

Attendance and participation

 

3 day workshop

Attendance and satisfactory participation 

100% assessment

Online post workshop assessment

Short answer questions - 50% pass mark

 

Designed for

This course complies with the mandatory areas of Ethics and Professional Responsibility, Practice Management and Business Skills and Professional Skills.