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Do you have clients with legal issues? Join us for a free legal information webinar to learn about Legal Aid Queensland's services and how to access them for your clients.
This webinar will include Auslan and live captions.
This webinar will be presented by Legal Aid Queensland Information and Advice Services Director Katrina Smith.
The session will cover:
We encourage you to submit any questions for our presenters ahead of the webinar in the registration form.
We are committed to offering free legal education webinars in 2022, including domestic and family violence, young people and the law and more.
All of our previous webinars are captioned and available to watch, including our latest webinar Domestic and family violence — pathways to safety and Your Story Disability Legal Support which empowers people with disability to safely share their story with the Disability Royal Commission and connect with local support services.
Please phone 07 3917 0406 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and check here regularly for future webinars.
To subscribe—click on the subscribe button below and add your details to hear about our upcoming webinars and other community legal education news and updates. Our webinar program is tailored towards community, health and education workers. (Check with your professional association whether you can earn CPD points by attending these webinars. Please note, attendance certificates are not issues to participants for these sessions.)
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Any information you provide will only be used for the purpose specified at the time it is collected. Your name and email address will only be used to send you information about upcoming webinars and other community legal education news and updates, and will be stored securely in our email database.
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We've put together some handy frequently asked questions to help you with our webinars.
We use GoToWebinar technology, which means you can chat to us in the questions box and use the polls to provide feedback as we go. We love hearing from you!
No worries. If you register, we’ll send you a copy of the PowerPoint slides and a link to watch the webinar on demand on our YouTube channel. All our webinars on demand also include high quality closed captions.
To get help registering for the webinar, email email@example.com.
If you’re not sure about whether you have the correct system requirements on your computer to join, you can run a quick test here before the day.
If you're having any technical difficulties on the day, you can check the GoToWebinar support page for solutions to common issues.
All our previous webinars are available to watch on our website or on our YouTube channel
You can also view webinars from Community Legal Centres Queensland.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (07) 3392 0092 for more information.
Disclaimer: This page is provided as information only, and is not legal advice. If you have a legal problem, you should contact us or speak to a lawyer. View our full disclaimer.
Last updated 4 July 2022