I have a thing for I am progressively adding some recent . (mostly focused on education) to a new page(or concept maps). Due to a bout of influenza that laid me low for 3 weeks years ago during law school I had to sit a closed book contract exam 5 months after I studied the subject. got me through.
My friends on Twitter had a discussion regarding the nomenclature used to describe lawyers. I wrote about this in another article (see previous post). This started a parallel discussion about the difference between a “barrister” and a “solicitor”.
So, what kind of barrister work might lead to a negligence claim? I thought it would be useful to look at this from a professional indemnity insurer’s point of view.
My friends on Twitter have been discussing the nomenclature we use to describe members of the legal profession (the polite nomenclature, that is). I wrote a thing about it.
I had a enjoyed a short but encouraging exchange with Paul Maharg re online legal education, I recommend a visit to his blog – APLEC, Friday am, presentations, 1 & 2 — Paul Maharg.
The Australasian Professional Legal Education Council (APLEC) Conference for 2011 () was hosted by the University of Technology Sydney Faculty of Law during 10-12 November 2011 at their campus in Quay Street, Haymarket.
Keynote speakers include: Professor Paul Maharg, Professor Sally Kift, Paul F. Wood, Executive Director, Legal Education Society of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada, and Elizabeth Loftus.
Read the article : (or ought not to be)