Junior Bar Conference 2022


Are you under 6 years' call? Then don’t miss this conference!

An afternoon of specialised sessions and socialising

This Junior Bar Conference will focus on the important question of how to develop a practice at the Bar - a question of critical importance with the impact of COVID-19 on the legal profession.

The program will include plenary sessions for all attendees on how to develop and maintain a practice, and how to ensure your practice is financially viable. Hear from industry experts as they share their insights on relationship building, progressing and expanding practice areas and marketing.

Participants will have the option of attending one of two specialised panel discussions.  The first will be aimed at commercial law juniors and will explore what law firms and silks are looking for in a good commercial junior.  The second will focus on criminal, family and compensation areas in a discussion on how to go about getting referrals from law firms.  Both panels will include senior counsel and prominent industry professionals.

The conference will conclude with a post-conference networking function for presenters and guests, junior silks and members of the junior Bar.


TIME: 1:30pm - 5:30pm. Networking event from 5:30pm

VENUE: Neil McPhee Room, Level 1, Owen Dixon Chambers East, 205 William Street, Melbourne

COST: $75 (inc GST)

RSVP: Registration closes 11 February 2022

CPD POINTS: There are 3 CPD points in the categories of "Practice Management and Professional Skills" and in "Ethics and Professional Responsibility".

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