Cancer Research Giving Day 6 Feb

As part of our support of Cancer Council NSW, we are highlighting an opportunity to donate to the Cancer Council and have your donation worth double in funding life-changing cancer research.

Introduction to Collaborative Working Courses 2024

Introduction to Collaborative Working is an online half-day course delivered by Josh Choong, Director, Institute for Collaborative Working Australia. The course offers a baseline introduction to Collaborative Working as a business discipline. Who is it for? Introduction to Collaborative Working is suitable for supervisors and team leaders, as well as for staff engaged in customer […]

440$

Legalwise NDIS Law Conference 2024

The Legalwise NDIS Law Conference 2024 will take place on Wednesday 21st February 2024, 9 am - 5.15 pm, and is recommended for advisors and providers who want to stay on top of the latest developments and thought leadership as they support their NDIS clients. Attend and earn 7 CPD units in Substantive Law. Michael […]

$795

STEP South Australia 2024 Trusts Symposium

Adelaide Hilton

The STEP South Australia 2024 Trusts Symposium is STEP South Australia’s showcase annual event and a ‘must attend’ for practitioners working in Trusts and Estates. Autonomy First Lawyers is delighted to be Silver Sponsor of this event, as well as sponsoring the Welcome Event drinks at 5.30pm to 7.30pm on Thursday 7th March. The Trusts […]

750$

UNSW Edge Wills and Estates Intensive 2024 – Save with Autonomy First Lawyers

UNSW Kensington Campus, Law Building Common Room, Room 250, Level 2, Law Building (F8)

SPECIAL LIMITED OFFER - 25% discount and first five register FREE 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 […]

$920

Managing Longevity: Balancing Supported and Substitute Decision Making

Online

Hosted by Fit Minds Australia, Michael Perkins will present this online session, answering questions such as: What are the differences between supported decision making and substitute decision making? What is the best way to identify that someone has capacity to enter a transaction? What are the best resources to use? What questions should be asked […]

FREE

Supported decision making – a legal perspective

Zoom seminar

STEP NSW has invited Michael Perkins to present this seminar for STEP members and the STEP extended network. Date: Wednesday 10 April 2024 Time: 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm Type: Lunch & Learn Location: Zoom webinar Topic: Supported decision making - A legal perspective The seminar will be recorded and shared on the STEP Australia […]

Legalwise event – Rural, Regional and Remote Issues Webinar

Online

Michael Perkins will be presenting a session entitled Managing Ageing, Longevity and Family Conflict as part of the Legalwise Rural, Regional and Remote Issues Webinar. navigate the critical legal issues across Australia in rural, regional, and remote communities. unpack legal issues arising with succession planning and the impact of the Aged Care Bill on the […]

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Prickly Issues in Family Provision

Legalwise Seminars Level 11, 70 Pitt Street, Sydney

Amber Geake and Michael Perkins will be presenting a session on Prickly Issues in Family Provision at the Legalwise seminar Expert Guide to Family Provision Claims: Key Claimants, Notable Cases and Essential Tools on Thursday 26 September 2024.

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