Ethics and Professional Skills for Lawyers (Rule 6.1)
Refresh your skills and perspective in key CPD topic areas with our panel of expert speakers
An important attribute of any profession is its ability to reinvigorate and adapt. Legal practice involves a commitment to knowledge renewal and continuing professional development. This half-day seminar will provide key insights that will assist in navigating your professional life.
4 CPD Units (one unit per hour)
|8:30 am||Arrival and registration|
Introduction by our Chair
Jane Hogan, Lecturer and Quentin Bryce Scholar, UTS Faculty of Law
Ethics in the delivery of legal services (Rule 6.1.1 Ethics)
Elizabeth Espinosa, 2019 President, The Law Society of New South Wales
Mediation: getting a great result (Rule 6.1.2 Professional Skills)
Peter Butler AM, Partner, Herbert Smith Freehills
|10:45 am||Morning Tea|
Artificial Intelligence – frontiers and opportunities (Rule 6.1.3 Business Knowledge and Skills)
Professor Richard Xu, UTS Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology (FEIT)
Anti-discrimination law in the workplace (Rule 6.1.4 Substantive Legal Knowledge)
Mandy Tibbey, Barrister, 8 Wentworth Chambers
Further enquiries may be directed to:
UTS Law Short Courses Team
Phone: +61 2 9514 3389
Disclaimer: While it is the Faculty's intention to provide this Program as advertised, UTS reserves the right to alter the Program without notice.
T&Cs: All registrations are governed by UTS Short Courses & Conferences’ Terms & Conditions.