Queensland’s leading legal conference just got bigger
|| 16 Feb 2011
||Natalie Graeff, Manager Corporate Communication
||(07) 3842 5868
||0488 433 884
||07 3221 9329
Queensland Law Society has added two new streams to its leading symposium for legal practitioners, reinforcing its status as a comprehensive training and development experience.
The 49th annual Vincents' Symposium 2011 now includes the streams Competencies and Skills – teaching negotiation skills, emotional intelligence and providing the foundations for trial advocacy – and Company and Corporate, developed specially for in-house corporate lawyers and those working in large practices.
This builds on the extensive stream offering which includes: property law, personal injuries law, business law, commercial litigation, practice management, family law, criminal law, and succession law, Symposium speaker highlights include:
- Former F/A-18 fighter pilot Phil Eldridge – learn from this fighter pilot how to brief, plan, execute and debrief for business success.
- Celebrated US trial lawyer Michael Kessler – set to provide an insight into catastrophic injury claims and ways to assure appropriate compensation.
- Chief Justice Paul de Jersey AC – will canvass the Symposium’s theme of getting equipped to manage the technical, business and personal challenges to succeed as a legal practitioner today
- ABC radio presenter Damien Carrick – will facilitate a panel discussion on developing a resilient profession
- and a host of Judges and Magistrates, respected lawyers and barristers, high-level government executives, university professors, and esteemed business management consultants.
Early bird registrations close 25 February, so save $220 in registration fees and book now.
The Society is donating $20 from each Symposium registration to the Premier’s Flood Relief Appeal.