Gold Coast District Law Association (GCDLA) President Cliff Kroesen has issued a personal invitation to practitioners to attend this year’s Gold Coast Legal Conference on 2 June.
“My colleagues and I are very much looking forward to what will be a fantastic day of learning, collaboration and collegiality for the local Gold Coast legal community,” he said.
“We have been actively working alongside the Queensland Law Society over the last six months to ensure the program features an impressive line-up of presenters, including members of the judiciary, practitioners from the private Bar and local Gold Coast experts.
“The conference covers a wide range of Substantive Law topics relevant to our region and I personally am looking forward to chairing a number of sessions, including the Ethics session on model litigants presented by QLS’ own Shane Budden, Hayley Tarr’s session on trade marks in the Metaverse and facilitating a discussion with Legal Services Commissioner Megan Mahon detailing the regulatory issues pursued in upholding professional standards over the last 12 months and the strategic focus looking forward for the next year.
“At just $29.90 per CPD point, the conference is one of the best value all-day legal conferences available to the profession locally.
“Both the QLS and the GCDLA Committee have ensured the event delivers on what the local profession wants, as well as providing networking opportunities and the chance to speak to an impressive array of exhibitors who deliver top-tier professional services and technology to the legal community across the state.
“I personally will be in attendance all day and encourage you, if you haven’t already, to register for the Annual Gold Coast Legal Conference.”