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Building Conflict Intelligence in 60 Minutes: How to have ‘that’ difficult conversation
Building Conflict Intelligence in 60 Minutes: How to have ‘that’ difficult conversation

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$0.00

Non-Member

$22.00

Date & Time Thursday 04 June 2020

Activity Type Social & Networking, Webinar

CPD Units

1.5
  • Professional Skills

Why is it so much easier to advocate for your client than to stick up for yourself? An interactive workshop to empower...

LIV Wellbeing Program: Managing Stress, Health & Wellbeing
LIV Wellbeing Program: Managing Stress, Health & Wellbeing

Member

$0.00

Non-Member

$55.00

Date & Time Friday 12 June 2020

Activity Type Webinar

CPD Units

0

Free for LIV members. Join us for this engaging and interactive session to help you to understand and manage stress...

Legal Fun Run & Walk
Legal Fun Run & Walk

Member

$80.00

Non-Member

$90.00

Date & Time TBC

Activity Type Social & Networking

CPD Units

NA

Join hundreds of legal professionals and the wider community at the LIV's annual Legal Fun Run & Walk...

Legal Fun Run & Walk – Spectators
Legal Fun Run & Walk – Spectators

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$30.00

Non-Member

$30.00

Date & Time TBC

Activity Type Social & Networking

CPD Units

NA

You can still join in on the festivities if you do not participate in the LIV Legal Fun Run and Walk. Register to attend as a spectator and cheer on your colleagues and friends from the sidelines, then tuck into the post-run BBQ with the group...

Physically Distant, Professionally Close: How to thrive in a virtual world
Physically Distant, Professionally Close: How to thrive in a virtual world

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$0.00

Non-Member

$22.00

Date & Time TBC

Activity Type Social & Networking, Webinar

CPD Units

1.5

This online workshop will teach Young Lawyers how to stand out in and succeed in the remote working environment...

How to 'Survivor' a Career in Law
How to 'Survivor' a Career in Law

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$0.00

Non-Member

$22.00

Date & Time TBC

Activity Type Social & Networking, Webinar

CPD Units

1.5

Fresh from the picturesque beaches of Fiji, Australian Survivor All-Stars contestants Sharn Coombes and Phoebe Timmins are here to share their learnings from the toughest reality television show on the planet...

Finding Career Happiness in the Law
Finding Career Happiness in the Law

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$0.00

Non-Member

$22.00

Date & Time TBC

Activity Type Social & Networking, Webinar

CPD Units

1.5

Three lawyers with three very different legal career paths explore what it takes...

Q&A Webinar – COVID-19 Young Lawyers: Navigating the new normal
Q&A Webinar – COVID-19 Young Lawyers: Navigating the new normal

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$0.00

Non-Member

$0.00

Date & Time TBC

Activity Type Legal Research Training

CPD Units

1
  • Professional Skills

Young Lawyers: Understand your challenges as a result of COVID-19 from both a professional and personal perspective...

LIV Criminal Law Conference 2019 - Don't be Fearing the Ground Rules Hearing VIDEO
LIV Criminal Law Conference 2019 - Don't be Fearing the Ground Rules Hearing VIDEO

Member

$99.00

Non-Member

$110.00

CPD Units

1
  • Practice Management & Business Skills
  • Substantive Law

This video is available at special Member price of $77 – special price automatically applied at check-out.

On 1 July 2018, the Victorian government introduced the Intermediary Pilot Programme, which limits intermediary assistance to child victims and adults with a cognitive impairment who are either victims of sexual offences or witnesses in homicide matter.

If the pilot is successful, it is anticipated Victorian practitioners will have to be accredited or approved to undertake cases involving vulnerable witnesses.

Hear from our esteemed panel as they discuss what this means for criminal practitioners.

LIV Criminal Law Conference 2019 - Suppression Orders vs. Open Justice VIDEO
LIV Criminal Law Conference 2019 - Suppression Orders vs. Open Justice VIDEO

Member

$99.00

Non-Member

$110.00

CPD Units

.75
  • Practice Management & Business Skills
  • Substantive Law

This video is available at special Member price of $77 – special price automatically applied at check-out.

This video explores the main features of the open justice principle and the common law and legislative powers that are available to courts to make suppression orders.

Presenter Jason Bosland looks at recent amendments to the Open Courts Act 2013 (2013) and examines comparative data on the use of suppression orders in Australia.

LIV Criminal Law Conference 2019 - Recent Changes to Victorian Sentencing Law VIDEO
LIV Criminal Law Conference 2019 - Recent Changes to Victorian Sentencing Law VIDEO

Member

$99.00

Non-Member

$110.00

CPD Units

.75
  • Substantive Law

This video is available at special Member price of $77 – special price automatically applied at check-out.

In 2018, ten key legislative changes to sentencing law in Victoria took place, including the introduction of standard sentences, category A and B serious youth offences and youth control orders.

This video provides an overview of the changes to Victorian sentencing laws, to assist practitioners in their sentencing related advice to clients.

LIV Criminal Law Conference 2019 - Ethics and The Royal Commission VIDEO
LIV Criminal Law Conference 2019 - Ethics and The Royal Commission VIDEO

Member

$99.00

Non-Member

$110.00

CPD Units

.75
  • Ethics & Professional Responsibility

This video is available at special Member price of $77 – special price automatically applied at check-out.

At what point does the lawyer's duty to the Court take priority over the duty to the client? What are the duties of loyalty to the client? When does appropriate professional and ethical conduct cause those duties to become secondary to other requirements?

This video considers these and other matters and promote discussion of issues which, at times, have no easy answer and even no answer at all.

LIV Criminal Law Conference 2019 VIDEOS
LIV Criminal Law Conference 2019 VIDEOS

Member

$195.00

Non-Member

$216.67

CPD Units

5.25
  • Ethics & Professional Responsibility
  • Professional Skills
  • Practice Management & Business Skills
  • Substantive Law

LIV’s Criminal Law Conference is the flagship professional development program for criminal lawyers and those in the criminal justice system in Victoria.

The 2019 conference program features prestigious presenters from the judiciary, Bar, practice and universities, discussing contemporary issues with experts in various fields such as therapeutic jurisprudence, restorative justice, and lawyer wellbeing.

Videos of these sessions cover essential advocacy and legislative deep dives to fortify your professional toolkit.

*Members - get all conference videos for $195

LIV Criminal Law Conference 2019 - Magistrates Panel - Reflections: Then, Now and How VIDEO
LIV Criminal Law Conference 2019 - Magistrates Panel - Reflections: Then, Now and How VIDEO

Member

$99.00

Non-Member

$110.00

CPD Units

1
  • Practice Management & Business Skills
  • Substantive Law

This video is available at special Member price of $77 – special price automatically applied at check-out.

This recorded session brings together experienced and newly appointed Magistrates who will discuss their observations from the bench and provide advice relevant to criminal law practitioners.

LIV Criminal Law Conference 2019 - Acting for Change by Giving a Second Chance VIDEO
LIV Criminal Law Conference 2019 - Acting for Change by Giving a Second Chance VIDEO

Member

$99.00

Non-Member

$110.00

CPD Units

0.5
  • Ethics & Professional Responsibility
  • Substantive Law

This video is available at special Member price of $77 – special price automatically applied at check-out.

Restorative justice offers victims the opportunity to directly tell an offender how the offence has impacted their life via the assistance of a neutral facilitator.

RMIT University’s Centre for Innovative Justice's Nareeda Lewers discusses the benefits of restorative justice.

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