SYL - Legal Practice: What They Didn't Teach in Law School
CPD: 1 point (PM, PS)
Recorded: Yes, subject to presenter consent
- What skills are often lacking when you start as a grad
- What is private practice all about?
- How do you get ahead?
- How to deal with office life
- You are a business within a business
- How to use the experience you have already had in your life in your practice
Ms Bridget Rheinberger is a Principal and Director of the firm Tremayne Fay Rheinberger and specialises in the area of Wills and Estates. Bridget is known to many young lawyers in her role teaching the Wills and Estates component of the Tasmanian Legal Practice Course. She is also a regular guest on ABC Local Radio discussing her area of practice. Needless to say, Bridget is passionate about her practice area and in making it accessible. Bridget is a keen, long-standing supporter of the advancement of women in the legal profession and is a former President of Tasmanian Women Lawyers Inc. and former Director of Australian Women Lawyers Limited. She is also a Non-Executive Director of the Ian Harrington Group and a former member of the Elder Law and Succession Committee of the Law Society of Tasmania.
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