Queensland Law Society

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QLS is actively participating in Law Week 2018 – an annual event that aims to foster a better understanding of the role law and justice plays in our society. Get involved in Law Week with QLS.

2018 Queensland Legal Walk

Tuesday 15 May

Join colleagues from across the profession to fundraise for LawRight  and celebrate the pro bono effort in Queensland.

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QLS open day: good law, good lawyers

1.30-6.30pm | 16 May | Law Society House, Brisbane

QLS is opening its doors for a complimentary half-day of professional development. We have secured legal industry experts on a wide range of issues, and encourage Queensland’s legal profession to register and experience the benefits of being a QLS member. Collect up to 3 CPD points at our free sessions. Spaces are limited.

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Leading wellbeing in the legal profession

Complimentary member breakfast
8-9.10am | 17 May | Law Society House, Brisbane

Senior practitioners are invited to join QLS during Law Week at our complimentary wellbeing member breakfast during Law Week to discuss the increasing concern of mental health within the legal profession. Join esteemed panellists including former chair of the wellbeing working group and QLS CEO, Rolf Moses for a discussion on how to foster a ‘do no harm’ working environment within you organisation. This is an initiative of QLS Wellbeing Working Group and will provide you with 1 CPD point. 

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QLS annual ball

7-11.30pm | 18 May | Seadeck, South Brisbane
QLS ECL Committee invites all early career lawyers to be part of the QLS annual ball. Join us for a night under the stars as you cruise the Brisbane River in style. Set sail on Seadeck – one of Brisbane’s most sought after venues. Tickets will sell quickly so get your tickets early.

Organise a group of friends and colleagues, and be part of this exciting night in true style aboard Seadeck.

Tickets are $160 and include drinks, canapés and DJ. Tickets are limited!

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