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Drastic changes to the Unfair Contract Terms (UCT) regime are coming in November 2023, as amendments come into effect that significantly broaden the scope of the regime and introduce penalties for non-compliance.
Learn about the implications of the amendments for you and your practice. Equip yourself with the knowledge to provide expert advice to clients on their risk and steps to prepare, including amending contracts to comply with the regime.
The QLS Property Law Conference explores the latest developments and key issues in Property Law, bringing together legal professionals, academics, and industry experts to share their knowledge, insights, and experiences in the field.
The QLS Criminal Law Conference explores the latest developments and key issues in Criminal Law, bringing together legal professionals, academics, and industry experts to share their knowledge, insights, and experiences in the field.
This comprehensive, self-paced introductory course will develop your conveyancing knowledge and skills. The course is designed for junior legal staff and more senior practitioners looking to pivot into a new area of practice. It will provide you with the basics you need to confidently manage your next conveyancing matter.
Back to Basics is an essential compilation on the fundamentals of court practice and procedure. It is an ideal introduction for new lawyers and a handy reference and refresher for more experienced practitioners.
Updates on impact of Building Industry Fairness (Security of Payment) and Other Legislation Amendment Act 2020 (BIFOLA)
Have you ever felt stuck in your career? Or maybe you are comfortable where you are, but you’re unsure what steps you want to take next. Do you want to create a solid career plan to achieve your goals and aspirations? Do you want to learn more about how to make achievable goals? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this session is perfect for you.
This session is designed for junior lawyers who are eager to establish a strong personal brand that sets them apart in the legal profession. Whether you're a recent graduate or have a few years of experience, this session will equip you with the knowledge and tools to build a powerful brand foundation for your career journey.
Arm yourself and your team with a two-part toolkit specifically designed for practitioners on combating bullying, sexual harassment and discrimination in the legal profession.
The annual Minds Count Lecture is presented by Queensland Law Society in partnership with Bar Association of Queensland to shine the spotlight on mental health in the legal profession.
Throughout the leccture, Tammi McDermott gives insight about her lived experience of mental illness.