19 March 2021 • 10+ CPD

#shapingthelegalmind

The countdown is truly on for Symposium - Shaping the Legal Mind!

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14

Accessible
Sessions

Earn 10+ CPD points from a blended program of in-person, online or on-demand viewing after the event.

3

Streams

Hear the latest updates across major practice areas and build your core skills while earning your mandatory PS, PMBS and PLE points.

20

Expert
Presenters

Learn from the industry’s best including judiciary, accredited specialists and special feature presenters.

400+

Legal
Professionals

Join your peers and reconnect in-person or online during networking sessions and through the virtual partner exhibition.

Keynotes

Chief Justice of the
High Court of Australia

Chief Justice of the
Supreme Court of Queensland

NeuroLeadership, Resilience, Mindset and Change Expert, and CEO, Wise Advocate Enterprises

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Friday 19 March 2021
9.30am
Registration
9.55am
Welcome to Country
10am
Welcome remarks
10.10am
10.25am
Virtual Exhibition and Networking
10.30am
Property law reform
Body corporate regulations

SL
Personal Injuries law update
Hot topics in personal injuries

SL
11.30am
Virtual Exhibition and Networking
11.45am
Succession and elder law update
Have you seen the new EPoA and AHD forms?

SL
12.45pm
Virtual Exhibition and Networking
1.15pm
Tax law update
Tax hotshots

SL
2.15pm
Virtual Exhibition and Networking
2.30pm
3.30pm
Virtual Exhibition and Networking
4.30pm
5.20pm
5.40pm
Closing remarks
5.45pm
Networking drinks

Principal Partner

Virtual Exhibitors

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