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Live Webinar: Property Law – 3 CPD Compulsory Topic Programs
Live Webinar: Property Law – 3 CPD Compulsory Topic Programs
Date: Tuesday 23rd February 2021
Vic, NSW, ACT, Tas: 2pm and 5pm
Qld: 1pm and 4pm
SA: 1.30pm to 4.30pm
NT: 12.30pm to 3.30pm
WA: 11am to 2pm
ABOUT THE WEBINAR
This webinar comprises 3 one-hour sessions covering each of the compulsory CPD subjects for property lawyers for the CPD year ending 31 March 2021. This is a national webinar and is suitable for property lawyers Australia wide.
Session 1: Legal Ethics: Keeping the House Clean: Navigating Ethical Issues in Property Law
Property law can be furtive ground for ethical issues. This practical session will step through a number of hypothetical scenarios to illustrate the ethical challenges that can arise in private practice. It covers case studies involving the following key issues:
Verification of identity
Who is your client?
Representing multiple interests in a transaction
Session 2: Professional Skills: Acting on Urgent Caveat Instructions: Stop, think and think again
There are times when a practitioner receives an urgent request from a client, such as to lodge a caveat. Acting before taking a number of important steps can get practitioners into serious trouble. This session will explore how to effectively and successfully respond to the receipt of urgent instructions, including:
How the move to electronic dealings has resulted in greater pressure on practitioners
Shifting the risk – practitioner assessments and verifying statements
Does your client have a valid claim? Case study: Guirgis v JEA Developments Pty Ltd  NSWSC 164
The role of the “guardian at the gate” – what a practitioner needs to know before lodging a caveat and making representations
Consequences for practitioners, including costs orders and disciplinary action.
Session 3: Practice Management & Business Skills: Cyber Security: Building Resilience in your Property Law Practice
Cyber risk is a growing area of professional risk for all lawyers. However, property law practices, which hold sensitive information and act on high value matters such as property transfers, can be especially vulnerable. Do you have the appropriate procedures to prevent a cyber incident or recognise an email scam? This session arms you with the right skills, including:
Recognising the human aspects of cyber risk
Establishing risk reduction measures
New insurance options to consider
A breach has occurred – what next?
establishing a response action plan
who needs to be notified?
what are your professional obligations?
crisis assistance – what is available?
Roland Taylor, Director, Statewide, Mackay
Roland was admitted to practice in 1993 and has been practising in the area of residential conveyancing since 2000. He has been the principal solicitor of Statewide Conveyancing since 2000 and Legal Director since 2011.. He has been presenting a legal seminars on a yearly basis since 2004 and conducts regular training for real estate firms. Roland is the co-author of the legal text book Agent’s Handbook.
Mark Swan, Special Counsel, Mills Oakley, Sydney
Mark is an accredited specialist in property law with over 30 years’ experience. His practice interests are focussed on private and government transactional, leasing and development work, particularly strata titles.
Since 2006, Mark has served as a member of the Property Law Committee of the Law Society of New South Wales. As a member of the NECS sub-committee, and as one of the NSW representatives on the Law Council of Australia’s NECS Working Group, he has been closely involved in the NSW legal profession’s stakeholder contribution to the implementation and ongoing development of the National Electronic Conveyancing System.
Simone Herbert-Lowe, Director, Law & Cyber, Sydney
Simone is the legal practitioner director of Law& Cyber, which provides legal advice for businesses impacted by cyber events and cyber education services. Simone has over 25 years’ experience in the law having specialised in insurance litigation across most of her career. She is a regular contributor on the topic of professional risk in legal journals including the Law Society of NSW Journal and the Australasian Law Management Journal, and she is the creator and presenter of a range of online courses on cyber risk. Law & Cyber’s course Cyber Risk for Lawyers has been recommended for use by LPLC for all of its insured law firms in Victoria. In previous roles Simone managed over 2,000 professional indemnity notifications by lawyers. She was the Manager, Strategy & Innovation and cyber risk subject matter expert for Lawcover in NSW and managed the company’s portfolio of claims involving cyber incidents and email fraud.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
This webinar is suitable for property lawyers - Australia wide and it has been designed to deliver the 3 compulsory subject CPD units for the CPD year ending 31st March 2021.
Registered live webinar delegates will receive a CPD certificate for attendance at this webinar. Lawyers can claim 3 CPD units – compulsory subjects. 1 unit each for Ethics, Practice Management and Professional Skills.
If you need assistance or have an enquiry, please do not hesitate to contact our Webinar Coordinator, Lisa Tran on (03) 8601 7709 or email: email@example.com
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