On Demand and Self Paced Education

QLS offers a flexible and convenient way for you to develop your professional skills and knowledge, whilst also earning CPD points. 

Our On-Demand and Self Paced education products are easily accessible and allow you to earn your points safely—especially during these times of social distancing.

Content ranges from specific practice areas of law (SL), practice management and business skills (PMBS), practical legal ethics (PLE) to professionals skills (PS). It’s also a great way to catch-up on or re-visit our popular events, like Symposium.

Complete your requirements anywhere, anytime and on any preferred device. 

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Introductory courses (Self paced)

Our introductory courses will help you gain a deep understanding of key fundamentals and important aspects of practising in that area of law.

Each course is presented by experts in their field—including accredited specialists—and is suitable for legal support staff, junior practitioners or practitioners looking for a refresher or to pivot into a new area of practice.

Now available online in a new self-paced learning format where you can start, pause, and complete at your own convenience—making learning even more accessible and convenient.

Simply purchase on-demand content via the QLS Shop and a link to commence the course will be emailed to you.

Introduction to Civil Litigation

Designed for early career lawyers and more senior practitioners looking to pivot into a new area of practice, this introductory course will provide you with the practical guidance you need to run a civil litigation file—from start to finish. 

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Introduction to Family Law

Designed for junior legal staff and more senior practitioners looking either for a refresher or to expand to a new area of practice, this practical course will develop your family law knowledge and skills. 

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Introduction to Wills & Estates

Designed for junior legal staff & more senior practitioners looking to pivot into a new area of practice, this introductory course develops your succession law knowledge & skills.

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On demand resources

An on-demand resource is a recording of a live event or a stand-alone session which is now available online. Simply purchase on-demand content via the QLS Shop and a link to view the content online will be emailed to you.

 

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Advising clients on small business sales

1 CPD | 2021/22 CPD year

Focusing on small business transactions, this practical session will provide you with the framework to advise your clients on the purchase or sale of a business.

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Leases 101

1 CPD | 2021/22 CPD year

For lawyers perhaps moving to a new practice area & seeking an overview on leasing essentials, or early career lawyers wishing to become fluent in this essential element of property law. 

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Core 3-in-1 Legal Practice in a Changing World

3 CPD | 2020/21 or 2021/22 CPD year

For sole practitioners or those within  small-medium legal practice, this 3 in 1 resource covers ethics, leadership & choosing cloud-based services.

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Guide to trust accounting compliance

1 CPD | 2020/21 or 2021/22 CPD year

Designed for junior solicitors, and those seeking a refresher on fundamental trust accounting knowledge and skills.

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Solicitors as directors of ILPs and corporations

1 CPD | 2020/21 or 2021/22 CPD year

Update to recent changes to the Legal Profession Act 2007 (Qld), risks, directors’ obligations & offer regulatory guidance.

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Migration law: What happens after MARA?

1 CPD | 2020/21 or 2021/22 CPD year

Find out the key impacts and risks associated with the recent changes, and get up to speed on the post-MARA migration law landscape.

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Your toolkit: Bullying, sexual harassment and discrimination *Updated version*

2.5 CPD | 2020/21 or 2021/22 CPD year

Arm yourself and your team with a comprehensive toolkit specifically designed for practitioners on combating bullying, sexual harassment and discrimination in the legal profession. 

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Become a member

QLS full, associate and student members have access to a range of exclusive services, resources and networks to help build their career, and develop their practice.

We support members through an extensive professional development program, advocacy and representation, updates on issues affecting the profession and legal practice.

Discover which membership is right for you.


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Building resilient habits: mental and behavioural strategies

1 CPD | 2020/21 or 2021/22 CPD year

Why is resilience so important? Because it impacts our wellbeing, performance, ability to cope with adversity! Join our expert presenter for a practical session which focuses on various mental and behavioural strategies you can implement to enhance your resilience.

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Important information! 

In order to claim CPD points for viewing on-demand content, practitioners need to ensure the resources 
have been produced within the relevant CPD year.

The Society’s on-demand and self paced resources can also be utilised to strengthen, and complement,
your law practice’s internal learning and professional development program.

Visit QLS Shop to see our full range of professional development resources available for purchase.

See also Frequently Asked Questions about on demand materials.

Please note the following important information:

The Queensland Law Society Inc. does not endorse this software and makes no representation as to its suitability or otherwise and you should make your own inquiries in this regard. Queensland Law Society will have no responsibility or liability in relation to any loss or damage that you incur, including damage to your software or hardware, arising from your use of or access to this software.

Additionally, all papers and presentations are provided in PDF format. To view these documents you will need Adobe Reader.

For further assistance, please contact QLS Events Management on 1300 367 757.