CPD Resources

With a history spanning over a century, Foley’s List has cemented itself as the largest Barrister List in Australia with one of the most renowned reputations for service excellence and pioneering spirit.

CPD Online

Barristers are required to continue their professional development in order to stay current with the law. Under Victorian law, if you hold a practising certificate, you must complete a minimum of 10 CPD units each CPD year.
To assist with these CPD requirements, we offer CPD activities including seminars and briefings to firms, organisations and the wider legal profession. These activities cover a vast range of practice areas sharing the knowledge and expertise of our most experienced and emerging barristers.
Always leading the charge by having a point of difference, we provide Continuing Professional Development seminars FREE of charge to legal professionals. These CPD units are provided either face to face or online, and can be counted against the required CPD points.

Think Foley’s CPD Podcasts

Foley’s is proud to be the FIRST List to provide CPD seminars via our free CPD Podcast - Think Foley’s.
In March 2020, we launched with an assortment of CPD resource topics available on major podcast hosting platforms with free supporting documentation. We will regularly update our podcast by releasing new episodes so be sure to subscribe to our Think Foley’s podcasts.

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Webinar Recording: Forensics | by Tim R Marsh, Joanna Glengarry

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Equitable interests in land | by Simon Fuller

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Ethics: Recent Case Update and Developments | by Simon Fuller

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