FLIP STREAM: Change leadership for lawyers

1.5 CPD Units

Event Postponed

The Law Society is continuing to closely monitor the COVID-19 situation and, based on advice from government and health authorities, taking all required action to protect the health and wellbeing of members of the profession, Law Society staff, and anyone accessing our premises at 170 Phillip Street, SYDNEY NSW 2000.

As a precautionary measure, The Law Society has decided to temporarily suspend all Law Society events at 170 Phillip Street, effective immediately. Therefore, upcoming FLIP Stream: Change Leadership for Lawyers event has been postponed.

This event will be postponed, with the date to be advised. To stay up to date and receive more information about the FLIP Stream: Change Leadership for Lawyers, please register your expression of interest below.

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We know that change is necessary for any organisation to have long-term success. But how do you create a change-ready culture where lawyers are interested in, ready and rewarded for innovation that addresses real problems faced by their business?

In 2019, FLIP Stream – the research collaboration between the Law Society of NSW and UNSW Law – focused on Change leadership for lawyers.  Dr Justine Rogers and Dr Felicity Bell of UNSW Law will present their research findings into the issues of change management and leadership for lawyers, exploring how organisations can create a change-ready culture where practitioners can confidently participate in and adapt to change.

They’ll cover topics including:

  • Lawyers and change – who are we trying to change
  • The flux and transformation of organisational change
  • The context for change
  • Making change happen

All attendees will receive a copy of the research providing an in-depth understanding of who lawyers are as 'change recipients', including a framework and set of strategies to guide and effectively pursue their own visions for change.


Dr Justine Rogers
Senior Lecturer and Deputy Director,

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Dr Felicity Bell
FLIP Stream Research Fellow,

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