The Law Society of NSW Corporate Lawyers Committee is delighted to invite you to a complimentary seminar which satisfies the requirements of Regulation 176 of the Legal Profession Regulation 2005 at 5:30pm on 15 February 2012.The guest speaker at the seminar will be Mr Angus Macinnis, Senior Associate, DibbsBarker, Lawyers.Mr Macinnis is a Senior Associate in the Employee and Industrial Relations Group at DibbsBarker, Lawyers, where his practice spans the full spectrum of employment, industrial relations, anti-discrimination and occupational health and safety law. He is a frequent conference speaker and also provides workplace training to clients including law firms and other professional services organisations.Regulation 176 of the Legal Profession Regulations requires all practitioners to undertake, every three years, a course of CLE that deals primarily with the practice of law and covers EEO, the law relating to discrimination and harassment, occupational health and safety, and employment law.Mr Macinnis has been presenting seminars that comply with the mandatory requirement for more than 10 years. This session has a strong practical element, with case studies and examples relevant to the practice of law. Mr Macinnis’ focus on the rights and obligations of both employees and employers means that this session is equally valuable for both employed solicitors and solicitors who also have responsibilities as employers (principals of legal practices and general counsel).As well as satisfying the requirements of Regulation 176, this session can also be used to satisfy the Rule 22.214.171.124 Ethics and Professional Responsibility requirement or the Rule 126.96.36.199 Practice Management and business skills requirement.
Time: Registration from 5:15pm, with seminar to commence at 5:30pm. Refreshments to follow at 6:30pm.
Registration: Click here to register.
More information: Email Lauren Hann
or contact on 02 9926 0360.