This course provides a foundation of knowledge regarding the history of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, including general aspects of culture, pre-settlement and post settlement and the immediate effects of past and present government policies targeting Australian Indigenous peoples from colonisation. The course also provides general skills for engaging with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and communities, in terms of personal conduct and protocols, and assists the participant to develop their own views on Australia’s pre-European colonisation.
Paul Paulson, First Nations Consultant
Joshua Aparni, First Nations Consultant
Hannah Duncan, First Nations Consultant
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.
This comprehensive, self-paced introductory course will develop your fundamental knowledge required to succeed in criminal law practice. The course is designed for junior legal staff and practitioners looking to understand and supplement their knowledge in this area of practice. It will provide you with the framework and considerations you need to confidently conduct your criminal law matters.
Explore the fundamentals of family law practice, gather invaluable insights on critical considerations in a family law file and obtain guidance in tackling day-to-day tasks associated with handling family law matters.