Throughout March 2019 Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

seminars will be offered 

Wednesdays - City Tattersalls Club (Level 2) 5:30pm - 6:30pm

Thursdays - St James Centre (Carroll & O'Dea Seminar Room Level 20)  5:30pm - 6:30pm

Places are limited. In order to avoid overcrowding registrations will close when venue capacity is reached. 

6 Mar 2019
Trauma-informed practice in family law - what practitioners need to know and do (Substantive Law)

Speaker: Sue Armstrong, Armstrong Mediation, Mediator, FDRP, Collaborative Professional, Coach, Lawyer


7 Mar 2019

Offers of Compromise and Calderbank Offers (Professional Skills)

Speaker: Adrian O'Dea, Partner, Carroll & O'Dea Lawyers

13 Mar 2019
Mediation strategies (Professional Skills)

Speakers: Ian Roberts SC and Adele Carr, Barrister,  Greenway Chambers

14 Mar 2019
Professional Regulation- Looking out for number one (Ethics & Professional Responsibility)

Speaker:  Mark Warton, solicitor / Law Society of NSW Councillor

20 Mar 2019
Preparing a typical affidavit  (including advanced tips - sequestering of witnesses; property in witnesses; the proper role of the lawyer when preparing an affidavit; unfortunate similarities in evidence; “bursting” the bubble of privilege; and the use of electronic tools such as (Professional Skills)

Speakers: Anthony Lo Surdo SC and Tamir Maltz Barrister 12th floor Wentworth Selborne Chambers

21 Mar 2019
Local Court Advocacy (Professional Skills)

Speaker: His Honour Magistrate Barko, Local Courts NSW

27 Mar 2019
Practitioners duties in Professional Disciplinary Proceedings (Ethics and Professional Responsibility)

Speaker: Bridie Nolan,  Barrister 12th floor Wentworth Selborne Chambers

28 Mar 2019
Online Browser Privacy (Practice Management and Business Skills)

Speaker: Dr John Selby, Academic member of the Optus-Macquarie Cybersecurity Hub at Macquarie University

Carroll & O'Dea Lawyers

With thanks to Carroll & O'Dea

Seminar Venue Hosts

Social Events

  • Details of social events will be posted soon.


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