• CPD Points: 1 [E] [PM] [PS]
  • Price: $89.00
  • Area: Legal Skills & Technique; Risk Management and Liability; Workplace, Business and Career
  • Delivered: April 2024
Digital Content
  • Recording
  • PDF of slides (17 pages)

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Description

This seminar presented into the 2024 Risk and Practice Management Conference considers:

  • How legal services are evolving: legal industry workforce trends, client expectations, and technological advancements; and why the descriptor ‘innovation’ is becoming less applicable to many (now standard) practices.
  • Emerging ethical obligations in the modern practice and delivery of legal services including as employers.
  • Case studies of successful innovation, or minimum ‘level-up’, initiatives within law firms, and the associated risk management benefits including practitioner/employee, and client, retention. 
  • Ethical practice benefits including issues arising from technological integration, client confidentiality in the digital age, and data security concerns.

In this session, legal practices will gain valuable insights and practical strategies for elevating their firm’s performance and leading their teams ethically and innovatively towards the new world order.

  • CPD Points: 1 [E] [PM] [PS]
  • Price: $89.00
  • Area: Legal Skills & Technique; Risk Management and Liability; Workplace, Business and Career
  • Delivered: April 2024
Digital Content
  • Recording
  • PDF of slides (17 pages)

To purchase login below

Description

This seminar presented into the 2024 Risk and Practice Management Conference considers:

  • How legal services are evolving: legal industry workforce trends, client expectations, and technological advancements; and why the descriptor ‘innovation’ is becoming less applicable to many (now standard) practices.
  • Emerging ethical obligations in the modern practice and delivery of legal services including as employers.
  • Case studies of successful innovation, or minimum ‘level-up’, initiatives within law firms, and the associated risk management benefits including practitioner/employee, and client, retention. 
  • Ethical practice benefits including issues arising from technological integration, client confidentiality in the digital age, and data security concerns.

In this session, legal practices will gain valuable insights and practical strategies for elevating their firm’s performance and leading their teams ethically and innovatively towards the new world order.

Shane Budden, Special Counsel, Ethics, Queensland Law Society

About the Presenter:

Mr Shane Budden is a Special Counsel at the Queensland Law Society's Ethics Centre, providing ethical guidance and instruction to practitioners as well as a contributing significantly to Proctor, the journal of the Queensland Law Society. Admitted in 1992 Shane commenced work in general practice, focusing on criminal law, before moving to in-house work including running the internal legal team at the Queensland Building Services Authority / Queensland Building and Construction Commission internal legal team. Shane is also former Chair of the Society’s government lawyers committee. He has published articles in many newspapers and magazines and appears on television and radio delivering commentary in relation to contemporary legal issues.

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