2022 Intensive: Integrating innovation in your practice

The 2022 CPD Intensive Series: Integrating innovation in your practice

A panel of boutique firm owners will use practical case studies to show you how to innovate to make your firm a success. Learn how others have used technology and automation to boost efficiency and client satisfaction, and how to incorporate these tools into your own business models.  

Facilitator: Susan Proctor, Founder, Proctor Legal

Susan is an accredited specialist in Property Law who has featured as a Leading Property Lawyer in Doyles Guide since 2016. Her practice includes complex commercial property matters and titling work in the ACT and NSW. Susan founded Proctor Legal in 2017, after 12 years as a partner at an ACT law firm. Susan is the Master Builders Association representative on the ACT Strata Reform Project and has been instrumental in leading the strata reforms that were passed in November 2020, after 6 years of work. Susan sits on the ACT Owners Corporation Network and is a panel member on Immediation, the first online dispute resolution platform.  

Louise Morris, Director, Morris Legal Group 

Louise is Director of Morris Legal Group. She is the only Canberra-based property and construction lawyer who has developed large scale mixed-use, commercial and residential property. Louise is a recipient of the Australian Property Institute’s Young Achiever Award for her service to the property industry and her work at Morris Property Group. Louise brings a commercial approach to the technical application of the law, and provides development management services and advice on business operations and project delivery systems, project finance and strategic planning. Louise’s work towards establishing Morris Legal Group as a top Canberra law firm has been recognised in the Doyle’s Guide list of leading Property & Real Estate Lawyers in the ACT. 

Siobhan Mullins, Founder, Separate Together

Siobhan is a bestselling author and is a collaboratively trained and award-winning divorce lawyer. She is also the founder of Australia’s leading online family law firm, Separate Together. Launched in May 2017, Separate Together specialises in preparing the paperwork to make separation agreements official. Known for making the complexity and anxiety of separating simple and easy, Siobhan has won awards for her firm's innovative approach in practicing family law and leveraging technology. 

Kristen Porter, Founding Director, O*NO Legal

Kristen is O*NO Legal’s founding director and legal strategist. She started her legal career almost 15 years ago, and is genuinely dedicated to providing innovative, tailored, and all-encompassing legal services to real estate agencies. Kristen is an expert in business and privacy law for the real estate industry. She holds a Bachelor of Law and Bachelor of Commerce from University of New England. Kristen is also always striving to continue her learning as a person, lawyer, and as a business owner. She believes that without learning there can be no growth. In pursuit of this, Kristen aims to help others just like her through business coaching/mentoring. 

Details

  • This is an on-demand webinar you can watch at anytime - a link and password will be sent to you when you register. 
  • Members will earn 1.5 CPD points in core area 2
  • This event was recorded at The 2022 CPD Intensive Series, held on Tuesday March 8 and Wednesday March 9 2022
  • This recording will expire on 31 December 2022.
  • Online tickets: $44

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