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In this online, on-demand course, Margaret Pringle of Chalfont Chambers explores complications arising from capacity of testators, with particular reference to probate.
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This course consists of a 1-hour video recording of a presentation by Barrister Margaret Pringle, together with reference resources, including a detailed written paper.
This seminar will equip participants to:
A discount of 10% is available to UTS Alumni or UTS Staff enrolling in this short course. If you are eligible for this discount, please ensure you have provided your UTS Student or Staff ID number in your UTS Open Profile (under ‘A bit about you’).
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Margaret specialises in equity litigation, appearing regularly in the General Equity, Probate, Family Provision and Protective Lists of the Supreme Court, and NCAT (Guardianship Division).
Margaret is a regular speaker at CPD seminars. In 2017 she took up a role as a lecturer in the College of Law Applied Masters course. Prior to coming to the bar, Margaret qualified and worked as a registered nurse in a variety of roles before commencing the Legal Practitioners Admission Board Diploma in Law.
Margaret was then employed at the NSW Trustee & Guardian (formerly Public Trustee) where she specialised in equity litigation involving deceased estates, with a focus on matters involving testamentary capacity and claims for family provision, as well as probate and trust matters. Margaret was most recently recognised in Doyles Guide 2018 NSW as a Leading Junior Counsel in Wills and Estates.
Gain key insights into the insolvency and corporate law portions of the Coronavirus Economic Response Package Omnibus Act 2020.
How principles for valuation of assets apply and require modification in times of uncertainty and crisis
Contractual implications of COVID-19 for the construction industry: frustration and force majeure.
Employment in the Age of COVID-19
Discover when, why and how to use a bespoke construction contract as opposed to a standard form contract.
How important are ethics in the uncertain conditions we face in 2020, and how do conditions particular to this year affect ethical considerations?
Barrister, Margaret Pringle explains issues relating to the capacity of a testator.
Surviving as data-driven lawyers in the fourth industrial revolution.
Consulting an insolvency practitioner.
A nutshell guide to the legislation and practical tips for implementation of a whistleblowing system
Directors’ duties and corporate governance.
This leading resource is designed for organisations addressing modern slavery in their operations and supply chains. The course provides practical guidance on the supply chain reporting requirements set out in Australia’s Modern Slavery Act.
A review of 2019 and 2020 cases of interest in retail and commercial leasing in NSW.