Advice and practice support
Professional guidance and support
We offer guidance and support with building your practice, and provide access to complimentary personal counselling and support.
The Practice Support service involves a one-on-one consultation with an Ethics Solicitor to support members in setting up a new practice or managing a recently established one, in an efficient, practical and ethical manner.
The QLS Ethics Centre provides ethics guidance and advice. QLS members can also seek assistance to request Non-Binding Ethics Rulings for disputes between practitioner members over ethical matters.
Solicitors who have received an official notification requesting they provide information to either the Legal Services Commission or Queensland Law Society as the result of a complaint investigation or trust account matter can receive up to six hours of free legal advice from experienced independent solicitors.
We proactively approach the courts on behalf of members, with assured confidentiality and anonymity, to follow up on delayed judgment and encourage prompt completion and delivery of that judgment.
A free, confidential mental health and wellbeing resource for QLS members and their immediate family. LawCare provides a range of support and resources to assist members and their immediate family to manage and improve their work, health and wellbeing. LawCare includes a wide range of services, including counselling, access to financial expertise and self-assessment tools, and accessed face-to-face, over the telephone, via video, online, or via Live Chat.
QLS Senior Counsellors are experienced advisors, who can provide members with confidential guidance on any professional or ethical issue.
QLS Senior Counsellors are experienced practitioners who are available to provide guidance to a practitioner on any professional or ethical problem.
Our QLS Ethics Centre provides Bespoke Ethics Sessions to firms where solicitors are QLS members. These sessions are tailored to the firm, practice areas or specific audience.