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Ethics of Expert Evidence

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Price:
$109.00

The use of expert evidence in courts has been problematic, leading to a focus on ethical guidelines for witnesses. However, many issues remain and these are explored in this course.

Ethics In Litigation

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Price:
$109.00

How do lawyers’ duties to the court interplay with those owed to clients? This course explores lawyers ethical duties in the context of litigation and explores the tension between these different obligations.

The problem of stress and bullying in the legal profession is widely discussed, but this topic is rarely explored with reference to the judiciary. This course explores potential sources of judicial stress, as well as the judicial imposition of stress on others.

This two-part course provides a useful examination of the scope, proper use and potential for misuse of common law legal professional privilege and the statutory doctrine of client legal privilege.

Enhancing Your Wellbeing in the Law

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Price:
$109.00

Barristers and solicitors face significant stress in their professional lives, which can have a negative impact on relationships at home and at work. This course provides practical strategies for managing stress and improving wellbeing.

Privilege and In-House Counsel

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Price:
$219.00

There are many factors which complicate claims for privilege made over advice given by in-house counsel. This updated course explores these issues and discusses how to best ensure that privilege covers work done by in-house counsel.

This course provides a fresh perspective of some of the ethical challenges facing the legal profession by examining these issues from the perspective of a philosopher.

This course explores the challenging and complex issues relating to violence against women, from both a domestic and an international legal perspective.

Australia’s approach to human rights is exceptional among western democracies, with no formal constitutional or statutory protections. In this course, the Hon Michael Kirby addresses the main arguments advanced by those who oppose the adoption of a Federal Human Rights law.

As the economy slows and cuts to legal aid bite, practitioners are now increasingly more likely to face self represented litigants. This course provides strategies for handling the unique ethical and practical challenges which self represented litigants pose.

Why is the mental health of legal professionals coming under so much scrutiny?  Gain a deeper understanding of the issue, the possible causes, and how it can be addressed and managed.

Interaction with the media is now a regular part of practice for many lawyers, and it is increasingly important for lawyers to understand their ethical obligations in this context.

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