Queensland Law Society

NEW—Employment Law Advice Service (ELAS)

The terms for use of the Employment Law Advice Service (‘ELAS’) are as follows:

This service is free to members of the Queensland Law Society who meet the eligibility requirements outlined below. The service will provide up to 2 hours of advice to an eligible member with respect to employment law issues arising from the impact of COVID-19.

The eligibility to utilise ELAS is here.

NEW—QLS General Manager Support Service (GMSS)

The terms for use of the General Manager Support Service (‘GMSS’) are as follows:

This service is free to members of the Queensland Law Society who meet the eligibility requirements outlined below. The service will provide up to 2 hours of advice to an eligible member with respect to general practice management issues arising from the impact of COVID-19.

The eligibility to utilise GMSS is here.

NEW—QLS Government Financial Assistance Service (GFAS)

The terms for use of the Government Financial Assistance Service (‘GFAS’) are as follows:

This service is free to members of the Queensland Law Society who meet the eligibility requirements outlined below. The service will provide up to 3 hours of advice to an eligible member with respect to providing assistance in accessing government support due to COVID-19.

The eligibility to utilise GFAS is here.

Please contact QLS Ethics and Practice Centre to ascertain your eligibility to the service on 07 3842 5843.



Contact QLS Ethics and Practice Centre

07 3842 5843

ethics@qls.com.au

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Ethics and Practice News
2 Jul

This service is free to full members of the Queensland Law Society who meet the eligibility requirements outlined below. The service will provide up to 2 hours of advice to an eligible individual member with respect to workplace issues arising from discrimination, sexual harassment and workplace bullying.

16 Jun

As we are taking steps to meet the world again after many weeks in lock-down, not everyone is rejoicing. For those who have been working from home for an extended period, returning to the office may be an uneasy or confusing experience. As people will react differently to the challenges and expectations around returning to their workplaces and social routines, read on to find out about some helpful ways of dealing with another change.

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Case Updates
23 Jan

Costs agreements – fair and reasonable – estimate – disclosure under the Legal Profession Act.

11 Oct

Legal professional privilege – privilege as an actionable legal right – privilege as a cause of action – privilege as an immunity ­– injunctive relief in equity’s auxiliary jurisdiction.

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