Continuing Professional Development (CPD) – for Lawyers
Progressive Legal CPD™
Attaining your CPD credits every year is an important yet incredibly time-consuming part of being a lawyer.
We’ve noticed that despite CPD being mandatory for all lawyers according to the NSW Law Society CPD, most options in the field today are often either overpriced or don’t provide enough value for the time spent watching a webinar or attending a conference.
For this reason, we’ve decided to offer FREE legal CPD courses completely ONLINE!
Take Advantage of These Free CPD Points for Lawyers
For the compulsory CPD field of ‘Practice Management and Business Skills’, we are offering free webinars which equate to one CPD unit on a wide range of topics.
These include useful tips on operating a small practice, how to better integrate Microsoft Outlook into your practice, and many more!
All of our courses run for one hour each and are led by our experienced lawyers and guests, who will share extensive industry knowledge to help you make your CPD legal requirements worthwhile.
Our free webinars are designed to be an opportunity for you to meet and mingle with like-minded solicitors, while also learning about up-to-date CPD law information.
Interested in taking part in our next law CPD online course?
Simply click below on what topic interests you best and earn easy CPD unit points with us!
Due to the success of our current CPD lawyers webinars, courses on Professional Skills and Ethics and Professional Responsibility are also being developed. We will be releasing more CPD for lawyers courses very soon to stay tuned!
Behind Progressive Legal CPD™
Ian Aldridge started Progressive Legal® in 2014, and changed the way law is delivered in Australia.
With the Legal Shield™ packages, Progressive Legal made legal protection more affordable for Australian small businesses.
Today, Progressive Legal CPD™ is making your CPD requirements as a Lawyer more affordable and valuable for your law practice.
Progressive Legal, redesigning the way law is viewed by SMEs.