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Upcoming Practical Law Webinar series

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Covering the core legal topics:


  1. Safe Harbour: A Turnaround Framework for Companies in Financial Difficulties (Substantive law)

Hear subject matter experts discuss best practice for using the safe harbour as a turnaround framework. Refresh your knowledge and gain practical take-aways to help effectively prepare your director clients as they assess their position and seek to trade out of financial difficulty during a pandemic. Plus, we'll include a mini tutorial on finding all the information referred to via the new Westlaw and Practical Law.

  1. Practical Responses to Lawyers' Ethical Dilemmas (Ethics and professional responsibility)

Join a lively discussion by our panel of experienced lawyers who will consider a variety of ethical dilemmas that lawyers face in their day to day practice, how to recognise them and the best ways to respond. Issues to be covered include negotiating a deal when your former client is on the other side, conflicts of interest for in-house lawyers and whether is it ever ok to contact the other side.

  1. Dealing with the Media: Practical Tips for Lawyers (Professional skills)

Ever wondered what to say if a journalist calls? Or how to prepare a press release or manage a media interview? This session focuses on the professional skills lawyers should develop to understand how the media cycle works, how they can best work with their communications/PR colleagues and manage media requests. We'll learn tips for appearing on television and navigating what "off the record" really means.

You'll hear from Practical Law subject matter experts, Westlaw editors, authors, and guest speakers - just in time for CPD season!

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By Practical Law Australia Team

Practical Law Australia’s expert legal writers have practical expertise gained from some of the country's leading law firms and corporate legal departments, including Ashurst, Baker & McKenzie, Gilbert + Tobin, Herbert Smith Freehills, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) and more. They understand the pressure to deliver timely and cost effective legal advice, which is why Practical Law’s fully maintained practice notes, precedents, drafting notes and checklists offer clear and concise know-how with a practical perspective.

For more information on Practical Law Australia’s legal writing team, visit

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