Leading Your Firm Program

ALPMA's Leading Your Firm program is designed to meet the practice management professional development needs of leaders at smaller and regional law firms in Australia and New Zealand. At ALPMA, we recognise that these firms face specific operating challenges, compounded by the changing legal landscape - and this program provides you with practical, hands-on advice and strategies to help you ensure your firm thrives and prospers.  
The Leading Your Firm program includes a series of five lunchtime webinars, plus three live streamed events, where expert speakers are broadcast live online and to events held simultaneously in approximately 22 regional locations across Australia and New Zealand.  Participation in the program is free for ALPMA members or $99 (including GST) for eligible non-members.

The live streamed regional events run for approximately 1.5 hours, commencing with networking over refreshments, followed by a guest speaker presentation. If you cant' attend a live-stream broadcast event in person, you can attend on-line. 

Thanks to generous support from our Principal Partner, Thomson Reuters, participation in the program is free for all ALPMA members, and open to eligible non-members for a small fee.

Upcoming Events

Secure your place now!

Date Event Time Location Venue Presenter
Building your Influencing Skills
Innovating Talent Management in Law Firms
Leading Your Firm Webinar - August 2017
Leading Your Firm Live Stream Event - October 2017

Host a Regional Event

If your firm would like to host a regional networking event, please email Fiona Croswell, ALPMA's National Learning & Development Manager.  All you need is a meeting room and an internet connection!

Become a Sponsor

If you are interested in becoming an FY17 Leading Your Firm Regional Partner, please download the partnership prospectus to find out more or email Nicki Hauser , ALPMA's Marketing & Business Development Manager or call her on 0410 439276 to discuss how sponsoring this program can help you reach decision makers at smaller and regional law firms across Australia. 

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