Online learning is a recognised way of obtaining points, under the Continuing Professional Development Rules 2009 made by the Law Institute of Victoria, or equivalent CPD or CLE rules in the jurisdiction relevant to you.
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Natalie Wieland, CPD Interactive Director, was interviewed recently in the ALB magazine in an article about online professional development.
Lawyers love online CPD because they can do it anytime, and in small segments if they choose – so they can do a whole module in one go, or in ten-minute blocks if that fits better into their schedule.
CPD online coursesare also popular with women who are working part-time, and not always able to get to a conventional seminar on the allotted day.
If you’ve wondered about the value of learning online why not take a look at our article on eLearning for lawyers in Issue 377 Friday 7 March 2008 of Lawyers Weekly, which was also published online.
We have been involved in a number of conferences, including CLEAA and ACLA conferences.
We were proud sponsors of the Australian Dealmaker of the Year Award at the ALBAustralasian Law Awards 2008, which was held at the Westin in Sydney on 22 May 2008.