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|Level:||Suitable for all levels of legal practice|
The legal industry is in the midst of unprecedented disruption. CLEs/CPDs training have focused on all that is new and evolving - modes of working with technology, understanding clients as customers and the New Law.
In 2017, our focus as legal industry leaders need to go deeper and become reflective, examining how to effect change, to innovate, to participate in and ultimately thrive amidst constant and rapid-fire of a changing legal landscapre. To this end, this CPD will centre on the following four core 21st century skills: - creativity, communication, collaboration and critical thinking.
As clients demands faster and cheaper services, basic knowledge and skills in the areas of technology, business, data analytics and security can all make a lawyer more valuable.
Are you ready to embrace 21st century skills?
Presenter: Ann-Maree Davie, CEO, College of Law Queensland
Ann-Maree David has worked within the Queensland legal profession for more than 30 years, in public and corporate sector roles and in private practice as a solicitor. Being passionate about life-long learning, she has devoted much of her career to the formal education and ongoing professional development in the legal arena.
Ann-Maree is CEO and Program Director of the College of Law in Queensland. Prior to joining the College of Law, she led the Queensland Law Society’s professional development program, managing the delivery of continuing legal education to a diverse demographic from para-legals and trainees to accredited specialists across the State.
She has established the Queensland campus of the Australian College of Law in 2003 and has directed its operations for 14 years to become Queensland’s leading provider of practical legal training.
In her spare time, Ann-Maree is President of the Australian Women’s Lawyers, Vice-President of the Women Lawyers Association of Queensland and Chair of the Queensland Law Society’s Equity & Diversity Committee.
Earn 1 CPD point in Practice Management and Business Skills (CB).