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Brisbane City 30 May 2018 Crown Law Legal Conference Read more

Starts:30 May 2018 8:30am

Ends:30 May 2018 4:15pm

Type:Conference

Location:Brisbane City

Cost:$645 per person or $575 if registered by 30 April 2018. You may also pay per session: $250, or $215 earlybird discount. Whole day group discount available for 3 or more.

Registration:Yes

Crown Law is a self-funded business unit of the Department of Justice and Attorney-General and the only law practice in Queensland dedicated exclusively to the State Government.The annual Crown Law Legal Conference is for government lawyers and other officers engaged with the law across government. The event provides attendees with the opportunity to hear senior lawyers explain a range of complex legal topics that are relevant to the public sector, and to network with one another. Full program details and information about how to register can be found on the Crown Law website.Lawyers are eligible to claim up to five CPD points for attending this conference.

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Online 15 June 2018 Disability Law Queensland Read more

Starts:15 June 2018 10am

Ends:15 June 2018 11am

Type:Webinar

Location:Online

Cost:Free

Join Disability Law Queensland to learn how to witness planning for life documents for someone who has an intellectual or cognitive impairment.

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South Brisbane 26 June 2018 Land Titles Read more

Starts:26 June 2018 10am

Ends:26 June 2018 1pm

Type:Workshop

Location:South Brisbane

Cost:Free

workshop focuses on JP and Cdec statutory obligations when witnessing Titles Registry Forms under the Land Title Act 1994 and Land Act 1994. The new National Mortgage Form will be explained and you will also learn about Registry requirements which affect JPs and Cdecs, such as amendments to forms and certifying copies of documents.

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South Brisbane 10 October 2018 Office of the Public Guardian - Planning for life documents Read more

Starts:10 October 2018 10am

Ends:10 October 2018 1pm

Type:Workshop

Location:South Brisbane

Cost:Free

People may not always be able to make decisions about their finances, medical treatment or personal affairs when they need to. An enduring power of attorney, an advance health directive are documents that can assist a person, known as the attorney, in making an important life decision when the principal cannot. Join Mark Phillips from the Office of Public Guardian to learn about these legally binding documents, impaired capacity and why there is more to witnessing these documents then just the principal’s signature.

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23 June 2010
Last updated
12 March 2018
 
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