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CPD: 35 minutes – Practice management and business skills (MCLE Rule 6.1.2)

Junior lawyers are the future leaders of our profession, and with the challenging business environment in which we are currently operating in, it is paramount that we support, mentor and manage our junior team members just as successfully remotely as we would in person.

In this session, LOD’s Australian managing director, Paul Cowling, will facilitate a panel discussion with three legal leaders who have been successfully managing junior lawyers remotely.

You will learn:

  • How you can meet the challenge of appropriate and effective talent development
  • The ways managers can utilise technology when managing remotely
  • Technical versus soft skills management and training
  • What junior lawyers can do to maximise their success when working remotely
PAUL COWLING
MANAGING DIRECTOR, LOD AUSTRALIA
GRAHAM ANDERSON
HEAD OF LOD LEGAL, LOD
CATRIONA MCGREGOR
GROUP GENERAL COUNSEL & COMPANY SECRETARY, DOMAIN
GRANT JONES
GENERAL COUNSEL & EXECUTIVE LEAD, REGULATORY AFFAIRS, MLC LIFE INSURANCE

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