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Legal Practice Management - Victoria
Course ID PV220401_LPM1
The course is developed and run by leaders who manage legal businesses. They will help bridge the gap between theory and real-world experience so you can broaden practical skills that are immediately applicable to your business.
The course is assessed as compliant with the Victorian Legal Services Board and Commissioner Practice Management Course Guidelines for Victoria dated October 2017 and clause 5.3 of the Grant of a Principal Practising Certificate Policy.
Start date: 18th April 2022
Workshop dates: 5/6/7 May 2022
Workshop times: 0900 - 1730
End date: 3rd June 2022
For those working in the community legal sector, a discount of $300 from the full price is available.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to advise if you have questions.
Full Price $2,000
Alumni/Member Price $1,800
18 April 2022
03 June 2022
The College of Law Victoria
Level 1, 555 Bourke Street
Melbourne, VIC, 3000
The Legal Practice Management Course has three components:
- Online learning:
You will be given access to the College Learning Portal from the course start date where you will access materials which will assist you to satisfactorily complete the assessments and course.
You can access your materials at anytime, anywhere and on any device.
- 3-day workshop:
The second of the three components is a 3-day face to face group workshop held over Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.
The workshop is both an opportunity for you to engage in practical exercises and tutorials with legal industry experts and it is a great chance to network and connect with peers within the profession.
We want you to finish the course with the knowledge and skills to; be a competent and successful practice manager and, to obtain your principal practising certificate. During the workshops you will be given access to assessments in:
- Trust Accounting,
and, after the workshops you will be asked to submit a business plan for which the templates will be provided.
- Trust accounting
- Financial Management
- Risk Management and professional standards
- Practice management and workflow systems
- Business Planning
- Business development and marketing
- Leadership, management and self-management
- Innovation and legal technology
|Attendance and participation||Workshop and Online Component||Attendance and satisfactory participation|
|Ethics and Professional Practice||Online test||Multiple choice and short answer questions|
|Trust Accounting||Online test||Multiple choice and short answer questions|
|Business Plan||Business Plan||Online submission - templates will be made available|
Stephen Bubb Risk Manager, Legal Practitioners’ Liability Committee (LPLC)
David Bushby Managing Director, InCounsel
Aruna Colombathantri, Managing Partner, Australian Public Accountants
Amy Rawjee, Manager, Pitcher Partners
Neil Watt, Principal, Neil Watt Consulting
Melissa Lyon, Associate Principal, Hive Legal
Cherry Birch, Founding Partner, Financial Training Australia
Steve Robertson, Principal, Steve Robertson Consulting