Andrew Reynolds on Tax and Centrelink Implications for TPD Insurance Claimants
Friday March 9, 2018
Andrew Reynolds has been in Financial Services for 20 years and providing financial advice for over 12 years, most of this time helping individuals and families who have suffered an illness or disability. Andrew has a wealth of technical knowledge around disability payments and benefits and has a passion for educating professionals in the industry so they can better help their clients.
Ryan Shelley on Social Media: How do you make it work for law firms?
Thursday February 22, 2018
Ryan Shelley is the Managing Director of Pepper IT, a full service digital and social media agency with a growing reputation as the leading agency for leveraging digital media for professional services firms.
Regarded as a social media expert, Ryan is regularly called upon to give expert advice, recommendations and presentations on all things Digital Marketing. He has recently been called upon to provide expert commentary to the likes of Channel 7, ABC News and Pacific Magazines publications as well as numerous industry publications and national and local newspapers.
Pauline Curraey at the CPD Compulsory Units for Lawyers and Conveyancers seminar
Thursday February 22, 2018
Pauline is a Licenced Conveyancer with many years' experience in the conveyancing industry across a broad range of transaction types. Pauline lectures in the Conveyancing Law & Practice Course at Macquarie University and has presented seminars on conveyancing topics for the AICNSW and for Legalwise. Pauline has served on the NSW Administrative Decisions Tribunal and the NSW Property Services Advisory Council and was a contributing author for the Thomson Lawbook Co. Estate Agents' Practice Manual NSW.
Ahead of the Pack: Smart Marketing, Building a Profile and Generating Business with Jessie Weatherley
Wednesday February 21, 2018
Jessie Weatherley is the Creative Director of Jork Consulting, a Melbourne based marketing strategy consultancy. Jork Consulting provides marketing strategy, training and support to professional services, working mainly with lawyers. They focus on building personal and brand profiles using a range of digital and traditional marketing methods, tailored to the individual needs of a firm. Jessie and her clients have appeared in National news and media publications by applying the PR techniques that she teaches her clients.
An Overview of the Latest Amendments to the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 with Wagih Doueihi
Friday February 16, 2018
Wagih Doueihi is a Senior Associate at Clayton Utz specialising in planning, environment, government and administrative law. Wagih advises on the full spectrum of environment and planning law issues relevant to Government agencies and the private sector including planning pathways, environmental impacts, development assessment, developer contributions, environmental offsets, bio banking, heritage, pollution control, contamination, incident management, regulatory compliance and enforcement, compulsory land acquisition and government decision- making and policy. He is an experienced litigator, having acted in the various classes of the Land and Environment Court's jurisdiction. Wagih has advised on environment and planning matters for some of Australia's largest infrastructure projects. His practice has a key focus on Government clients including the Department of Planning and Environment, Transport for NSW and Roads and Maritime Services. Government clients have complimented him for his diligence and his pro-active, problem solving approach.