CPD: Business Legal Lifecycle - How to build a Proactive Legal Business with Jeremy Streten

Clarence, Workplaces for Lawyers
Level 21, 133 Castlereagh St, Sydney, NSW 2000
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CPD: Business Legal Lifecycle: How to build a Proactive Legal Business with Jeremy Streten

1 CPD point: Practice management and business skills 

The seminar will explore:

  1. Why it is important for businesses to have the right legal foundations for their business.

  2. Why working with a team of consultants will help build a better business; and

  3. Show how the lawyers can take decisive action now to help get more work from their existing clients.

About our presenter

Jeremy Streten is a successful entrepreneur and lawyer applying his passion and experience to help entrepreneurs and small to medium sized business owners to succeed in their business so that they can live the life that they want to live.

With a 16 year legal background as a business lawyer and 8 of those years as a business owner, Jeremy has learnt a thing or two about business. 

Jeremy has appeared on various television shows, podcasts and radio interviews. He also provides regular content for websites across Australia.


Date: Tuesday, 22nd October 2019
Time: 1:00pm – 2:00pm 
Location: Level 21, 133 Castlereagh Street Sydney NSW 2000
Cost: Free for CPD subscribers* and $60+GST for non-subscribers

Lunch included complimentary for all attendees.

*Not a subscriber? Email rose@clarencechambers.com.au to attend unlimited CPD (20+ points plus access to 20 webinars) per year for $480+GST.

The CPD scheme is based on self-assessment of the educational activity by the practitioner. If you find it extends your knowledge and skills in areas that are relevant to your immediate or long term needs in relation to your professional development and practice of law then you can claim the activity for CPD units. You should refer to Rule 7 for the criteria in assessing an activity and Rules 8 and 9 for the amount of units that can be claimed for an activity.

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