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Prospective Accredited Specialist Networking Evening

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Prospective Accredited Specialist Networking Evening

Date & TimeTBC
Format Social & Networking





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

How will you make your mark in 2020?

Accredited Specialisation offers the opportunity to set yourself apart as an expert in your area of law. It helps you to attain a higher level of competence and specialist skills, builds your professional profile and enhances your career development prospects.

If you have 4+ years of post-admission experience and are interested in applying for accredited specialisation, we invite you to join us for an informal networking evening at the LIV.

This event is complimentary for LIV members but registration is essential.

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  • More information:

    This event provides you an opportunity to meet and network with current specialists and other prospective applicants in an informal environment to network with like-minded practitioners while learning about the key dates and program details for 2020.

    If you are interested in applying to become a specialist, this networking evening is not to be missed. Register today to be given the opportunity to meet with specialists in the following areas, which are part of the 2020 program:

    • Business Law
    • Commercial Litigation
    • Children's Law
    • Criminal Law
    • Environment & Planning Law
    • Immigration Law
    • Mediation
    • Wills & Estates
    • Workplace Relations


  • By attending this networking event you will:
    • have the opportunity to informally network with former program participants
    • meet with your peers and have the opportunity to form study groups
    • be given an overview of the program, topics and assessment criteria
    • have the opportunity to meet the experts who are leading the program