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Need CPD points?  You may be entitled by attending the 8th LAWASIA Employment Law Conference

 

The following societies and bar association have schemes based on self-assessment. If you are a member of any of the following, you may be entitled to CPD points by attending the 8th LAWASIA Employment Law Conference.

 

Queensland Law Society - Practitioners are welcome to self assess CPD points for this conference at 1 CPD point per hour. Contact:cpd@qls.com.au

 

Law Society of the Northern Territory - If this particular educational activity is relevant to your current or future needs in relation to your professional development and practice of law, then you should claim one point for each hour of attendance (maximum of 6 CPD points) Contact:pdo@lawsocnt.asn.au

 

Law Society of New South Wales - If this particular educational activity is relevant to your immediate or long term needs in relation to your professional development and practice of the law, then you should claim one "unit” for each hour of attendance, refreshment breaks not included. Contact: registry@lawsocnsw.asn.au 

 

Law Society of South Australia - it is up to legal practitioners to assess CPD to determine if it meets the requirements of the Law Society of  South Australia rules. A guide to CPD activities and CPD types are available from the Law Society of South Australia. Please contact registry@ lawsocietysa.asn.au

 

New South Wales Bar Association - If this conference is relevant to your professional development, you may claim one MCLE/CPD point for each hour of attendance. Refreshment breaks are not included. Contact: cpd@nswbar.asn.au

 

The Victorian Bar: If this conference is relevant to your professional development, you may claim one MCLE/CPD point for each hour of attendance. Refreshment breaks are not included. Contact: vicbar@vicbar.com.au

 

The Singapore Law Society: A solicitor may be eligible to claim private CPD points if s/he is satisfied that the conference deals primarily with matters relating to the practice of law; comprises signigicant intellectual or practical content; seeks to extend his/her knowledge in areas that are relevant to his/her practice needs; and is conducted by persons who are qualified by practical or academic experience in the subject covered. Contact: Singapore Institute of Legal Education cpd@sile.org.sg

 

The Hong Kong Law Society: LAWASIA is currently making an application to the Hong Kong Law Society for accrediation of the conference. 

 

Please note this list is not exhaustive and should the name of your society/association/organisation not appear on this list please contact them directly to check for eligibility.

 

Organisers of the 8th LAWASIA Employment Law Conference would like to thank all societies and bar associations who have granted accreditation.

 

Please note that LAWASIA has sought accreditation through various CPD committees and contacts from the above listed organisations. However, LAWASIA and the conference organisers take no responsibility for accuracy of the information provided. Delegates are advised to confirm with their respective organisations prior to registration as to their own requirements for accreditation. All claims should be directed to the respective association/society.

 

 


 

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