Mandatory Rule 6.1 Half Day Seminar - Client Focus (31 March 2017) (Code: 2139)
Mandatory Rule 6.1 Half Day Seminar - Client Focus (31 March 2017) (Code: 2139)

Member: $ 175.00      Non-Member: $ 203.00

Prices include GST

CPD Units: 3

Presenters:
Darryl Browne
, Principal, Browne Linkenbagh Legal Services
Francis Moffitt, Regulatory Compliance Solicitor, The Law Society of NSW
Duncan Young, Director, Duncan Young Consulting

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This program complies with the Rule 6.1 of the Legal Profession Uniform Continuing Professional Development (Solicitors) Rules 2015 under the Legal Profession Uniform Law (formerly known as Rule 57) requirements of Practice Management, Ethics and Professional Skills (3 CPD units).

Please note: this seminar does not include the Substantive Law unit (6.1.4).

Program outline:

9.00am - 10.00am - Ethics and Elder Law abuse

In this Session Darryl Browne will address the ethical responsibilities of the solicitor faced with the prospect of elder financial abuse.

This session will cover Rule 6.1.1, Ethics and Professional Responsibility

10.00am - 10.15am - Morning Tea

10.15am - 11.15am - Driving Profit Through Compliance: Success Strategies for Law Practices

Francis Moffitt will cover the following topics, to cover Rule 6.1.2, Practice Management and Business Skills

  • Practice structures
  • Principals responsibilities
  • Business plans/business development
  • Client management

11.15am - 12.15pm - Engaging Clients

In this seminar Duncan Young will cover the following, to cover Rule 6.1.3 Professional Skills

  • Creating a strong first impression
  • Building rapport
  • Establishing credibility and trust
  • Identifying and adapting to different personalities
  • Creating empathy and connection
  • Creating open conversations about scope and fees

About our Presenters:

Darryl Browne is an Accredited Specialist in Wills and Estates. His forte is estate planning (involving wills, superannuation, powers of attorney, enduring guardian appointments, advance care directives, trusts and related aspects), but he also conducts estate and other litigation for clients. He advises clients concerning commercial law issues including business acquisitions, leases, employment issues and planning matters). He also advises clients with conveyancing and related real estate transactions.

Francis Moffitt is a Solicitor in the Professional Standards Department at the Law Society of NSW. Fran’s professional experience includes Insolvency and Bankruptcy Law; Criminal Law (Proceeds of Crime); Administrative Law; Taxation Law; and statutory investigations.

Duncan Young has been working with organisations for the past 15 years as an organisational development consultant, facilitator and executive coach. He has implemented training programs throughout Asia Pacific and Europe across a broad range of industries and clients from both the private and public sector. One of his great strengths is being able to work effortlessly at any level of an organisation from CEO to frontline staff.

Duncan is accredited in the Myers Briggs Type Indicator, the L-Map Leadership Coaching Tool and the DISC Diagnostic System and has won numerous awards for his work. His credentials combine a diversity of education and training with practical experience. He has completed a Bachelor of Arts majoring in English Drama and a Bachelor of Dramatic Arts at the National Institute of Dramatic Arts (NIDA). He has worked as a professional actor since 1995 appearing in film, theatre and TV productions in Australia and Overseas.

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Venue The Law Society of NSW, Level 3, 170 Phillip Street, Sydney NSW 2000
Start Date 31/03/2017
Start Time 09:00 AM
End Date 31/03/2017
End Time 12:30 PM

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