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  • 29 April 2016

    Legal Practice Management Workshop Autumn 2016

    ACT Law Society Training Room

    The ACT Law Society is proud to present our three-day Practice Management Workshop. This workshop is a requirement for solicitors who are applying for Unrestricted Practising Certificates in order to practise as a partner, legal practitioner director, sole practitioner, or solicitor on the record for a corporation or government department. The workshop covers topics that are essential to the successful operation of an effective legal practice (private or government) and sustainable business.

  • 16 May 2016

    A change in culture: The new Mental Health Act 2015

    Legal Aid ACT

    The ACT Mental Health Act 2015 came into force on 1 March 2016. The new Act ushers in a change in culture in the way the system deals with people who have a mental health disorder or mental illness. A panel of expert speakers will present the changes brought in by the new Act, and discuss how the roles of lawyers have changed under the new regime, and how the new Act has impacted on the ACAT.

    This event is presented by Legal Aid ACT and the Mental Health Community Coalition.

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