Please be informed that the Continuing Professional Development Sub-Committee of the Johore Bar is organizing the above-mentioned Seminar on Thursday, 12th December 2013 in Muar, Johor. The Seminar will be conducted by MR. JASON KAY, a practitioner from Malacca Bar.
The particulars of the Seminar are as follows:
Date : 12th December 2013 (Thursday)
Time : 3.00 pm to 6.00 pm (Registration at 2.30 pm)
Venue : Hotel Pelangi
Pelangi 3, 2nd Floor
Fees : RM 65.00 for Members of the Johore Bar;
RM 35.00 for Pupils-in-Chambers I Law Students; and
RM 130.00 for Non-members.
Note: The Fee is inclusive of seminar materials, certificate of attendance and tea break
SYNOPSIS OF THE TALK
The landscape of legal practice has changed significantly with the introduction of new technology. Lawyers already have and use mobile/smart phones, laptops, tablets, digital cameras and scanners. However, many are not using these gadgets to their full potential. This talk will explain how technological convergence, and synergy of your gadgets can greatly assist you in your legal practice.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Mr. Jason Kay was called to the Bar in 2003. He has practiced exclusively as a litigator. He was the head of the Melaka Legal Aid Centre in 2010 & 2011, and is currently a member of the National Legal Aid Committee as well as Chairperson of the Court Liaison Committee in the Melaka Bar Committee. He had written 2 articles on technology and legal practice, “Using the iPad in your legal practice” (Re:Lex, September 2012) and “How technology can help your legal practice” (Praxis, Oct-Dec 2012).
Kindly take note that attendance at this Seminar will earn you 2 CPD Points.
Event code: T3/12122013/JHB/JHB2827/2
Payment may be made by Cheque or Cash. Cheques should be made payable to JOHORE BAR HOUSE & LIBRARY FUND.
As places are limited, kindly book your seats early by completing the enclosed Registration Form and returning it together the requisite payment to Rosita at Muar Bar room or the Johore Bar Secretariat not later than 10th December 2013.
Points for the Continuing Professional Development (“CPD”) Scheme will not be awarded to any Members of the Bar who arrives more than 15 minutes late or is not present throughout the event, or leaves before its schedule ends.
NORHAYATI BINTI MOHAMED
CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SUB-COMMITTEE
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