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Government CPD Boost 2023

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    Government CPD Boost 2023, our CPD intensive program, explores a range of practical and legal issues for government in-house counsel across Australia.  This year we brought together Ashurst’s State, Territory and Federal government clients to deliver a comprehensive range of CPD topics that are specifically designed for government lawyers.

    These webinars were recorded in March 2023. Many Australian jurisdictions do not allow CPD to be claimed for watching audio visual material produced more than 12 months ago.

    For practising certificates held in NSW / VIC / ACT / QLD / SA / TAS / NT: The CPD schemes of most Australian jurisdictions are based on the principles of self-assessment. If our recorded webinar extends your knowledge and skills in areas that are relevant to your practice needs or professional development, then you may be able to claim CPD. It is up to each individual to plan their CPD according to the regulations of their jurisdiction. Your law society is the best place to visit for further information about CPD requirements.

    If relevant to your practising jurisdiction, to receive your confirmation certificate, complete the online form which will appear when you have finished watching each recorded webinar.

    For practising certificates held in WA: Unfortunately at this time Ashurst Australia is not able to allocate this recorded webinar (a non-interactive electronic activity) as a CPD activity in Western Australia.

    Note on CPD category names: The names of CPD categories differ across some jurisdictions:

    • "Professional Skills" is called "Professional Skills in Legal Practice" in NT
    • "Practice Management & Business Skills" is called "Practical Management or Business Skills" in SA and TAS
    • "Ethics & Professional Responsibility" is called "Practical Legal Ethics" in QLD, SA and TAS, "Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility" in ACT, and "Professional Ethics and Responsibility" in NT
    • "Substantive Law" is called "Substantive Law and Procedural Law" in ACT


    The information provided is not intended to be a comprehensive review of all developments in the law and practice, or to cover all aspects of those referred to.
    Readers should take legal advice before applying it to specific issues or transactions.


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