UNSW Edge Wills and Estates Intensive 2024 – Save with Autonomy First Lawyers
March 20, 2024 @ 8:30 am - 12:45 pm AEDT$920
Michael Perkins will be one of the keynote presenters in the UNSW Edge Wills and Estates Intensive CPD event taking place on 20 March 2024 at the UNSW Kensington Campus, Sydney.
Michael will be presenting Distinguishing Concerns about Client Vulnerability, Competence and Decision Making Capacity, available to purchase here.
We are excited to announce that Autonomy First readers and followers can save 25% when they book either Michael’s single unit or the full Wills and Estates Intensive program. Simply use the code Autonomy25 at the checkout when you book.
Even better, the first five to book the single course, Distinguishing Concerns about Client Vulnerability, Competence and Decision Making Capacity, will receive it free of charge using the discount code AutonomyFOC!
Wills and Estates Intensive
CPD units: 10 (4 live, 6 online)
When: 20 March 2024, 8.30am-12.45pm
Where: UNSW Kensington Campus, Law Building Common Room, Room 250, Level 2, Law Building (F8) and online
Covering ethics and professional responsibility, practice management and business skills, professional skills and substantive law, this all-inclusive intensive is designed to provide a mixture of live sessions (face-to-face or via Zoom) and online CPD that is relevant and engaging for practitioners specialising in wills and estates. Participants can chose whether they participate in person or remotely.
The program will feature the following keynote presenters who will provide in-depth insight on wills and estates matters:
- Chairperson: Adrian Corbould, Partner, Turnbull Hill Lawyers
- The Honourable Justice Geoff Lindsay AM, Supreme Court of New South Wales
- Darryl Browne, Principal, Browne linkenbagh Legal Services
- Leah Sewell, Legal Practitioner Director, LS Legal
- Jennifer Vuu, Senior Associate, HWL Ebsworth Lawyers
- Michael Perkins, Principal Lawyer, Autonomy First
- Charlotte Morson, Principal Solicitor, The Legal Costs Consultants
- Challenges on estate administration where there are allegations of proprietary estoppel, resulting trust, inter vivos undue influence and unconscionable conduct
- Protection of executors and trustees during administration of the estate and/or trusts
- Distinguishing concerns about client vulnerability, competence and decision making capacity
- Costs and disclosures: navigating the Uniform Law
The full list of facilitators and program will be available here when finalised.
Michael’s course is available to purchase here.
Online modules are for participants to complete in their own time and will be available to complete one week before the date of the live sessions.