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CPD: 25 minutes Ethics and professional responsibility (MCLE Rule 6.1.1)

CPD: 20 minutes – Practice management and business skills (MCLE Rule 6.1.2)

Performing at the top has its challenges when it comes to balancing business needs with ethical and evolving workplace obligations. This insightful panel will share valuable knowledge and strategies that changed the game for them and how they navigated their way to the top of the ladder.

Hear solutions from legal experts on how to:

  • Increase operational standards, sustain efficiency and reduce the risks within your organisation
  • Be at the forefront of legislative changes and workforce PPE obligations
  • Alleviate and manage the stressors of public and media attention
MARION HEMPHILL
GENERAL COUNSEL AND CHIEF PRIVACY OFFICER, AUSTRALIAN RED CROSS LIFEBLOOD
RYAN RAYFIELD
VP & HEAD OF LEGAL, GENERAL COUNSEL AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND, AMERICAN EXPRESS
SHOSHANA SHIELDS
DIRECTOR OF LEGAL, GOOGLE AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND

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