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In this online, on-demand course, Legal Services Commissioner for NSW, John McKenzie, discusses the ethical aspects of technology and new business models, the importance of human contact and communication, gender discrimination and sexual harassment and costs disclosure.
1 CPD unit (one unit per hour)
This course consists of a one-hour video recording of a lecture by Legal Services Commissioner for NSW, John McKenzie, together with reference resources.
This course will assist participants to:
A discount of 10% is available to UTS alumni or UTS staff enrolling in this short course.
If you’re eligible for an alumni discount, please ensure you have provided your UTS Student number in your UTS Open Profile (under ‘a bit about you’).
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John is the NSW Legal Services Commissioner. A solicitor for 34 years, he has worked primarily as an Accredited Specialist in Criminal Law, largely for the Aboriginal Legal Service and on the staff of the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody. He has also worked some years in private practice, legal aid and community legal centres.
He was appointed the NSW Legal Services Commissioner in 2015 to head the Office of the Legal Services Commissioner, which has the statutory responsibility for all complaints against lawyers.
His appointment ends in February 2024. Until then he will be working to improve the professional standards and behaviour of the legal profession in NSW, whilst also addressing the concerns raised by anyone who lodges a complaint.
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