Jen McMillan was admitted to practice in New South Wales in 1989 and in Western Australia in 1992. She is a Law Society of NSW accredited specialist in wills and estates and has extensive experience in this area in private practice and with a trustee company and as the former Practice Leader – Wills and Estates in the College of Law’s LLM (Applied Law) program and as a former part-time Senior Member (Legal) in the Guardianship Division of the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal. Jen is a member of the NSW Law Society Elder Law Succession and Capacity Committee and Property Law Committee and a member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners. Jen is the Manager of Practice Support Services at Lawcover.
About the Webinar
Professional misconduct claims continue to occur, with practitioners falling foul of their ethical obligations. In this practical session, hear directly from LawCover on the lessons we can learn from recent professional misconduct cases and how practitioners can ensure they properly discharge their ethical obligations. It covers:
- Identifying key ethical challenges that arise in practice
- Understanding appropriate standards of ethical behaviour
- The interplay with professional misconduct - The causal symptoms and contributory factors of claims
- Claims prevention and risk management – best practice guidelines and emerging practice risks, traps and tips
- Lessons from recent reported and unreported decisions
Jen McMillanManager, Practice Support Services, Lawcover Sydney, NSW
Who Should Attend?
This webinar is suitable for lawyers - Australia wide and it has been designed to deliver the Legal Ethics compulsory subject unit for th
unit for the CPD year ending 31st March 2021.
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