Special FREE Event Date: Tuesday 9 September 2014 Speakers: The Master of the Rolls, The Rt. Hon. Lord Dyson, Head of Civil Justice, England and Wales and Chief Justice J L B AllsopAO, Federal Court of Australia Location:Herbert Smith Freehills - Free seminar l Limited Spaces
Mandatory Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) units can be claimed for postgraduate study considered relevant to your immediate or long-term needs in relation to your professional development and legal practice. Our offering of close to 100 courses each year provide many opportunities for legal practitioners to meet MCLE unit requirements as well as engaging in in-depth study of a particular area of law. Enrolment in a full course on a non-award basis and completing the assessment can meet MCLE requirements as well as award of academic credit which may be recognised in the form of advanced standing for postgraduate study later. Our courses are taught by leading practitioners, judges and academic experts.
Continuing Legal Education Faculty of Law, UNSW Room 127, Centres Precinct, Law Building Via Gate 2, High St Randwick NSW 2031
Phone: 02 9385 2267 or 02 9385 2195 Fax: 02 9385 1155 or 02 9385 1178 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
CLE, Faculty of Law, UNSW offer courses with the distinct purpose of providing legal professionals, seminars and accredited courses relevant to their ongoing careers. We ensure that our seminars and courses comply with certain criteria so solicitors in NSW can earn points towards their mandatory Continued Legal Education (MCLE) or Continuing Professional Development (CPD), barristers in NSW can earn points towards their MCLE/CPD and university students can potentially earn credit points towards thier Masters.
Our CLE seminars and Law school courses are taught by leading practitioners, judges and academic experts. For practising lawyers, we provide a wide range of opportunities for you to build the legal knowledge and develop the skills and understanding to provide the very best legal advice to your firm and clients.