The Professional
Development
Specialists
Third Annual Sydney 10 CPD Point Conference - Day 1

 

Tuesday 21 March 2017
Wesley Conference Centre, Sydney

This option allows you to register for Day 1 only of the conference.  Attendance on Day 1 allows you to earn 6 CPD units (substantive law).  The substantive law topics have been carefully selected from our wide range of two-day specialist conferences and feature some of our best presenters.  

Tuesday 21 March 2017

Plenary Sessions:  Property Law

Morning Chair: Warwick Van Ede, Partner, Emil Ford Lawyers

  • Conveyancing Update: Nuts, Bolts and Spanners  - Tony Cahill, Principal, Anthony F Cahill & Co.
  • Strata Law Reform: More Than Just Pets, Parking and Passive Smoking - Tony Cahill, Principal, Anthony F Cahill & Co.

Concurrent Sessions

Between morning tea and lunchtime, the conference will split into 2 streams – delegates may attend either Stream A or Stream B.

Stream A:  Family Law

Stream A Chair:  Graeme Hearl, Senior Partner, Delaney Lawyers

  • Dealing with Relocation - Practical Precautions and Urgent Responses Michael Todd, Partner and Accredited Family Law Specialist, Watts McCray
  • Contributions: Still a Hot Issue - Antonella Sanderson, Principal, Family Law Matters

Stream B:  Business Law

Stream B Chair:  Chris McCaffery, Consultant, Bartier Perry

  • Family Business Succession Planning - Selwyn Black, Partner, Carroll & O'Dea Lawyers
  • On-Line Contracts: Mechanisms for Reducing Risk - Noric Dilanchian, Managing Partner, Dilanchian Lawyers

Plenary Sessions: Succession Law

  • Holding the Executor to Account: Rights and Obligations - John Armfield, Barrister, NSW Bar
  • Establishing Capacity in Practice: Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney - Lindsay Ellison SC, NSW Bar

Product Code: SYDMAR17D1
 Price:  $825.00 (Inclusive of GST)
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