FRIDAY 21 JUNE • RACV ROYAL PINES RESORT

Join over 200 of your fellow colleagues from the Gold Coast and Surrounds

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IN PERSON

2 TRACKS

20+ SPEAKERS

10 CPD POINTS

WELCOME TO THE ANNUAL GOLD COAST LEGAL CONFERENCE 2024

At just $349 for members, this is one of the best value one-day legal conferences in Queensland. Register today and experience a day of in-person sessions, with opening and closing plenaries and a choice of 2 tracks & 7 CPD points. You will also receive a bonus pack of 3 core CPD point recordings which can be accessed after the event.

Covering a wide range of substantive law topics relevant to your practice and region, this year’s conference will deliver an impressive line-up of presenters including members of the judiciary, the private Bar and local Gold Coast practitioner experts!

Brought to you in association with the Gold Coast District Law Association.


REGISTRATION FEES

$349

Member

Full conference, includes complimentary networking drinks ticket

$455

Non-member 

Full conference, includes complimentary networking drinks ticket

$49+

Networking drinks only

Tickets available to purchase for the post-conference networking function

Registrations close 5pm, Friday 7 June, unless sold out prior.


KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Terri Mottershead

Executive Director, Centre for Legal Innovation (Australia, New Zealand and Asia-Pacific); Chair, Queensland Law Society GenAI in Legal Practice Working Group

Terri collaborates internationally with leaders of legal businesses to transform capabilities and practices. She leads CLI’s global initiatives including the Generative AI Initiative, Legalpreneurs Lab and The Legalpreneurs Sandbox podcast. She has been a thought leader in people-centred legal practice innovation for more than 30 years.

Terri serves as Chair of the QLS’s Generative AI in Legal Practice Joint Working Group and is the Chair of the QLS’s Innovation Committee. She is a Fellow of the College of Law Practice Management (United States) and was recently recognised by the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) as one of five global Influential Women in Legaltech 2024 Honorees.

Prior to joining CLI, Terri was a practising lawyer, founded start-ups on three different continents, and established or led the talent management functions for global firms and associations in Asia and the US including Lex Mundi, the Inter-Pacific Bar Association, and DLA Piper LLP (US).

Matt Dunn

Chief Executive Officer, Queensland Law Society

Matt is the Chief Executive Officer of Queensland Law Society (QLS).

Appointed in March 2024, Matt was previously General Manager – Advocacy, Guidance and Governance for QLS. Originally joining QLS in 2005, he departed to take up a national policy leadership role with the Law Council of Australia in 2014, before returning to raise his family in Brisbane.

Matt’s extensive industry experience places him in the unique position of having a strong understanding and insight into the issues affecting the modern profession. An advocate for ensuring practitioners have affordable and accessible resources to build and maintain their practice, Matt is proud to be in such a position of trust to guide and enable the profession.


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MAJOR PARTNERS

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Want to partner with us at our Annual Gold Coast Legal Conference? Contact sponsorship@qls.com.au for a prospectus. Space is limited.

HOTEL PARTNER

Gold Coast Legal Conference delegates will enjoy 15% off their stay when they stay on-site at the conference venue; RACV Royal Pines Resort, Gold Coast.

Enjoy stunning views of the Gold Coast skyline or the Queensland hinterland from the 5-star accommodation at RACV Royal Pines Resort. Situated just a short drive from Surfers Paradise, Royal Pines is home to luxe accommodation, authentic culinary experiences and a championship golf course.

Don't forget, as a member you get access to discounted flights through your member benefits! Find out more here.


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Phone

Events Management: (07) 3842 5806
Queensland Law Society: 1300 367 757

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