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Essential Skills: Common mistakes lawyers make and strengthening client relationships

Essential Skills: Common mistakes lawyers make and strengthening client relationships

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$360.00

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$400.00

CPD Units 2
  • Ethics & Professional Responsibility
  • Professional Skills
  • Practice Management & Business Skills
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Gain practical strategies from our expert presenters to help hone your drafting skills. Receive valuable advice on giving and maintaining excellent client service in your firm and learn about the common ethical dilemmas facing practitioners and how to deal with them. 

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Ethics 

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  • Full Description

    Gain practical strategies from our expert presenters to help hone your drafting skills. Receive valuable advice on giving and maintaining excellent client service in your firm and learn about the common ethical dilemmas facing practitioners and how to deal with them.

    This quick program offers CPD units in Ethics and Professional Responsibility, Professional Skills, and Practice Management and Business Skills to ensure you have your compliance needs covered.

    Duration: 1.59.53

    Topics:

    • Top Drafting Mistakes Lawyers Make
    • Getting it Right: Excellent Client Service
    • Ethics and best practice
  • Presenters
     
    Bradley Wright, Barrister, Howells List, Victorian Bar 
     
    Liz Harris, Director, Ovid Consulting | Harris Cost Lawyers 
     
    Monika Paszkiewicz, Barrister, Victorian Bar
  • Learning Outcomes

    In this session, you will:

    • obtain strategies to help hone your drafting skills
    • learn how to improve client service within your firm
    • discover the common ethical dilemmas facing practitioners and strategies for how to deal with them