2023 ALPMA Australian Legal Industry HR Issues & Salary Survey
The 2023 ALPMA Australian Legal Industry HR Issues & Salary Survey has launched and ALPMA invites all Australian Law Firms to take part. Participation is free and all participating firms receive a complimentary copy of the final report worth $2,200.
On 18 March 2020, ALPMA made the decision, in the interests of health and safety, for all our members, delegates, partners and wider community to postpone all local face-to-face seminars and events effective immediately. These changes will be implemented until 30 June 2020 across Australia and New Zealand.
Innovation & Legaltech Week 2021: What does the future hold for the legal industry?
A collaboration between The College of Law’s Centre for Legal Innovation (CLI) and the Australasian Legal Practice Management Association (ALPMA), the event aims to shift the mindset of the legal industry – and act as a catalyst for sustained continuous improvement.
Memorandum of Understanding between The Law Society of Singapore & the Australasian Legal Practice Management Association
The Law Society and ALPMA are committed to collaborating and promoting education and training in legal practice management and leadership – creating learning pathways and networking opportunities for lawyers and Allied Legal Professionals (corporate staff who work with lawyers within law practices).
There has been a significant amount of discussion within the legal industry in relation to the potential risks associated with a more significant outbreak of COVID-19 across Australia and New Zealand. ALPMA is following the COVID-19 situation closely and monitoring the appropriate government and health authority updates in order to minimize and manage our delegate risks at local seminars.
The Struggle for Talent is Real as Law Firms Eye Growth (NZ)
Good lawyers are increasingly hard to find with demand set to grow, however, recent research uncovers that many firms may be under-utilizing key tools & strategies available to attract top talent. Salaries have remained flat despite obvious, and continuing, high demand for quality personnel. There are many external forces impacting a firm’s ability to roll out widespread salary increases but are firms waving the white flag on an industry issue they can solve in isolation?