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Accredited Specialisation Information Night

Accredited Specialisation Information Night

Date & TimeMonday 25 February 2019 5.30–7pm
Format Social & Networking, Webcast
Price

Member

$0.00

Non-Member

$0.00

CPD Units 0
Venue LIV, Level 13, 140 William Street, Melbourne View Map

1100 lawyers in Victoria are now accredited as specialists through the LIV. The first of its kind in Australia, the LIV Accredited Specialisation Program provides members of the legal profession and the community with a meaningful way of determining expertise in a lawyer.

At this information session you will be given the key information required to help you decide if the LIV Accredited Specialisation Program is right for you.

Further details and areas of specialisation below.

Further Details

  • Full Description

    1100 lawyers in Victoria are now accredited as specialists through the LIV. The first of its kind in Australia, the LIV Accredited Specialisation Program provides members of the legal profession and the community with a meaningful way of determining expertise in a lawyer.

    Becoming an accredited specialist gives you a platform to differentiate yourself from your fellow practitioners, demonstrating your specialist competence and enhanced skill level.

    This complimentary information evening will provide an overview of the program to lawyers considering 2019 specialisation in:

    • Administrative Law
    • Commercial Tenancy Law
    • Costs Law
    • Family Law
    • Mediation
    • Personal Injury Law
    • Property Law
    • Tax Law

     

    At this session you will be given key information about the application and assessment process to help you decide if the LIV Accredited Specialisation Program is right for you.

  • Presenters

    Katie Miller, Deputy Commissioner, IBAC, Chair of Specialisation Board

    Elissa Cohen, Manager Accredited Specialisation, Law Institute of Victoria

  • Learning Outcomes

    If you’re a lawyer with more than four years’ post-admission experience, this session will provide you with:

    • valuable information on the application and assessment process
    • course expectations and resources for the 2018 program
    • an opportunity to hear from the recently accredited specialists through a frank Q&A discussion
    • the chance to join a discussion group with new specialists and Advisory Committee members.