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Ondemand: Surviving an NZLS complaint.
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Ondemand: Surviving an NZLS complaint.


Surviving an NZLS complaint

Surviving an NZLS complaint course ensures compliance with NZ regulatory frameworks. Ideal for all practitioners.

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Surviving an NZLS complaint course offers comprehensive insights into practice compliance in New Zealand, providing participants with essential knowledge and practical skills to navigate regulatory frameworks effectively and remain complaint with the Lawyers and Conveyancers Act. Designed for professionals just starting in practice, sole practitioners, and current practitioners that need a refresher course, this course covers key principles, methodologies, and best practices essential for ensuring regulatory compliance.

Participants will learn practical steps to maintain compliance, and fulfil good practice standards. How to deal with complaints, reporting, note taking and investigation.

Participants will explore recent cases, and how these cases evolved, and be provided practical steps to avoid their own entanglement.

Key topics covered in the course include:

Topic one

  1. Introduction to the Lawyers and Conveyancers Act:
  2. Overview of New Zealand's regulatory environment

Topic two:

  1. Beyond powers - a review of the roles and responsibilities of NZLS
  2. Principles of Good Practice
  3. Cases of interest

Topic three

  1. Required approaches to the Lawyers and Conveyancers Act standards
  2. Best practice and policies
  3. Handling complaints

Topic four

  1. Risk assessment methodologies
  2. Monitoring and auditing
  3. Continuous improvement in practice
  4. Best practices and fit for purpose software

Topic five

  1. Emerging Trends and Challenges:
  2. Regulatory innovations and adaptive governance approaches
  3. Technological advancements and their impact on regulatory practice
  4. Addressing regulatory complexity and regulatory gaps

Throughout the course, participants will engage in interactive discussions, practical exercises, and case studies to apply theoretical concepts to real-world scenarios. By the end of the course, participants will have developed a comprehensive understanding of regulatory practice in New Zealand, enabling them to navigate regulatory challenges effectively, promote compliance, and contribute to the development of robust regulatory practices in their respective domains.