Emergence: Our stories in the next decade is the theme for a series of events and collaborations in 2020 and 2021 culminating in the next National CLCs Conference planned for August 2022. Read more about our theme.
This year we continue to facilitate and co-design online opportunities for professional development, networking, upskilling and strategic discussions. At the same time, we create a shared space for reflection and support so that we can process the experiences and lessons we are learning as a sector. We are also planning to start integrating some small in-person events later this year, COVID-19 restrictions permitting.
We invite you to join our webinar series, co-created in collaboration with our colleagues and partners across the legal assistance sector as well as other allies. Click on the webinar titles to see details and register.
In this webinar, speakers from Gallagher will discuss best practices for mitigating cyber risk, as well as legal liability considerations for companies and organisations following an influx of remote workers in this rapidly changing environment.
The key takeaways from this webinar will be:
- How to identify and minimise cyber security threats to your remote workforce.
- Review the major risks associated with remote workers accessing sensitive systems from outside secure networks.
- Understand cyber security risk transfer to protect your business from potential harmful litigation.
- Walk away with best practices for prioritising issues reduce the risk of a cybersecurity breach.
Learn more about Gallagher and their risk management and insurance brokerage expertise here.
Speakers: Robyn Adcock, Cyber/Technology Practice Leader and Michael Herron, National Head of Financial Lines – Gallagher
Date and time: Thursday 22 April 2021, 1:00-2:00pm AEST
Actionstep is a complete legal practice management system, built in the cloud, with workflow at its heart. Actionstep gets rid of legal centre administrivia and simplifies how you work. So you always have the headspace and time to serve your clients well.
In this webinar, Actionstep provides a demonstration of how community legal centres across Australia like Consumer Law Action, Mental Health law Centre, Bayside Community Legal, and others use the platform to supercharge their daily operations with powerful 'Workflow' technology.
Take advantage of utilising a CLC-specific case management platform to manage inquiries up close. Built-in reporting for legal and non-legal work, with deadline management, provide a birds-eye view of your Centre with the ability to drill down into specific areas.
This webinar covers:
- An introduction to Actionstep platform
- Pain points and requirements
- The value proposition
- Reporting and integration with CLASS
- Help getting started.
Facilitator: Susan Scott, ICT Projects Coordinator – CLCs Australia
Presenter: Tyler Bannerman – Actionstep
Date and time: Thursday 13 May, 2:00-3:00pm AEDT