Clifford Gouldson Education Centre
This unique seminar program provides business owners/managers and professional advisors with short, sharp, relevant legal business information while also providing an opportnity to network and make great use of their Friday afternoons.
Held six times a year on the last Friday of the month we encourage you to join us for some valuable legal information, the opportunity to ask our lawyers a few questions and some drinks and networking to get you started on your weekend.
We are currently developing our program for 2016/17.
The previous program is available here purely for your information.
Legal Awareness ProgramLegal information and awareness for accountants, agents and other professionals.
Clifford Gouldson offers other professionals in our region access to a legal awareness program that has been specifically designed to help them understand, identify and discuss their client’s legal issues.
This training is provided at no charge and covers a wide range of topics to assist accountants, agents, bankers, financial planners, engineers, architects, building designers and other professionals and advisors.To view the complete list of free legal awareness topics available to professionals and advisors please click through to our LAP page.
Customised Training Program
While general seminars can provide valuable information it is usually more effective in achieving behaviour or process change to undertake specific, tailored training.
Clifford Gouldson provides very cost effective inhouse training sessions on a wide range of legal topics to its business clients. Every training session is tailored specifically to your business with relevant examples and case studies included.
Please email us with your training enquiry and she will direct you to the lawyer best qualified to discuss your requirements.
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