CPD Calendar PROGRAMME
Bridget Smith Andrea Twaddle
At the heart of the employment relationship is the principle of good faith, with employees and employers obliged to deal with each other fairly and reasonably at all times. Relatively small issues can rapidly escalate and morph into much larger problems for your clients. This webinar will consider key aspects of the employment relationship including good faith, changing terms, disciplinary action and performance management.
Simon Mitchell Samantha Turner
This webinar will cover key changes under the Employment Relations Amendments Act 2018 including: hours of work and breaks, protections for vulnerable workers, collective bargaining and union rights, and 90 day trials.
Director: Belinda Sellars QC
This highly regarded residential week-long advocacy training course is open to applicants with at least two years’ litigation experience. It’s hard work, great fun and most participants say it’s the most effective value-for-money course they’ve ever attended!
The law has an array of approaches to deal with deception; some are somewhat arcane, while others have developed as simple and effective ways to address the issues. It’s topical and continually relevant and pervades all areas of legal practice. The idea of this Masterclass is to delve into some key areas of interest – pitfalls when guiding a commercial deal from sales pitch to signature; understanding and identifying the best way to plead a claim; keeping an eye on the outcome when the case finishes. Importantly, we will also be dealing with the perennial issues and pitfalls which arise in advertising, and hearing from the Commerce Commission.
Donna Hurley Tara Wylie
CIVIL LITIGATION AND EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT FUNDAMENTALS – MANAGING THE RELATIONSHIP
1.5 CPD hours
NEW EMPLOYMENT LEGISLATION
1.5 CPD hours LITIGATION SKILLS PROGRAMME
55 CPD hours
Deputy Director: James Rapley QC
Course applications and Doulgas Wilson Scholarship applications close 5pm Wednesday 5 June. INTRODUCTION TO CIVIL LITIGATION SKILLS
9 CPD hours
Roderick Joyce QSO QC Sandra Grant Nikki Pender Paul Radich QC
This workshop is an excellent opportunity for recently admitted practitioners to develop practical skills in civil litigation in an intense small-group workshop. You will learn how to handle a single file from beginning to end, be able to identify and understand the various steps in the process, develop the practical skills you need to handle this and a range of other litigation files, competently and confidently. Note: Douglas Wilson Scholarship applications for Wellington and Auckland 2 close 23 Sept*.
COMPANY, COMMERCIAL AND TAX DECEPTION IN COMMERCIAL DEALINGS MASTERCLASS
Chair: Bob Hollyman QC
6 CPD hours
COMMERCIAL LEASING UPDATE
2 CPD hours
Live Web Stream
Whether acting for tenants or landlords it is always the priority of the commercial leasing practitioner to help negotiate the best terms and conditions. This seminar will help ensure that you have an enhanced understanding of key provisions in lease agreements and are better equipped to provide your clients with robust advice.
Live Web Stream
Duty lawyers are critical to the smooth running of a District Court list. Here is a way to gain more of the knowledge and skills you need to join this important group. This workshop is made up of several parts.
CRIMINAL DUTY LAWYER TRAINING PROGRAMME
11* CPD hours
*CPD hours may vary, see website
For our FULL CPD calendar with programme details see www.lawyerseducation.co.nz