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Legal seminars & webinars                

 

The CSO hosts regular seminars complimentary for all NSW government client agencies and their staff, for both professional development and/or to keep up to date with key areas affecting government agencies. Practising solicitors can claim one point for each hour attended of either the seminar or the webinar.

The latest information delivered by specialists

  • seminars are hosted by industry experts from within the CSO as well as academics and leading barristers

  • pose your questions and answers to the panel

  • all seminar content is current, accessible, interactive and of a consistently high standard

  • attend face-to-face seminars or log into live webinars.

Complimentary extras

  • seminar papers to download at your leisure

  • access to webinar during and post seminar

  • refreshments and the chance to mingle with like-minded peers.

Location:  Location details for each seminar will be included on the invitation.

Duration: All seminars are approximately 1.5 hours in length.

Seminar Series 2017 Program

​Property & Native Title​29 March 2017 (Level 13, 60 Margaret St SYDNEY)
​Criminal Law​26 April 2017
​Child Protection​24 May 2017
​Employment Law & Industrial Relations​21 June 2017
​Administrative law​26 July 2017
​Commercial Law​23 August 2017
​Torts​20 September 2017
​Community & Inquiries​25 October 2017
​Government & Constitutional ​22 November 2017

To Register:

  1. Simply email csomarketing@cso.nsw.gov.au to register and receive an invitation.

  2. On receipt of the email invitation prior to the seminar, please rsvp as per instructions on invitation.

If you would like more information regarding our Seminar Series, please email csomarketing@cso.nsw.gov.au

Seminar papers

Please log into the CSO Client Centre to access copies of seminar papers from 2006 to present.

Please email  csomarketing@cso.nsw.gov.au if you require login details for the Client Centre.

 

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"The seminars are a very valuable service to government solicitors – as a source of information as well as satisfying MCLE requirements. I try to attend as many as possible because my area of work is very broad and also because I like to keep abreast of relevant legal developments for the public sector."

David Tritton, NSW Treasury - 2015

Webinars

Click here if you prefer to participate in CSO seminars via webinar.    

 

Webinar recordings

Past Webinar Recordings are available to clients.

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