Allens online learning

Related Links

Flexible learning modules

Our flexible learning modules provide you with the insights you need to help stay ahead of the complex issues businesses are tackling in a rapidly changing landscape, while helping to fulfil your continuing professional development requirements.

Select a topic below to watch online and access additional resources. A range of new content will be included on this page in the lead-up to the end of the CPD year on 31 March 2020.

If you'd like to see any particular topics featured or have any feedback on our training, please contact our team

Topics

Impacts of COVID-19 on superannuation, funds and banking

Eligible for CPD points. Core area: Substantive law

Economic, social, legal and regulatory issues arising from COVID-19

Eligible for CPD points. Core area: Professional skills.

Signing documents in a pandemic

You may wish to consider a personal CPD allocation of 0.5 CPD points professional Skills / 0.5 CPD points substantive Law

The IP landscape - key trends and cases (Part 1)

Eligible for CPD points. Core area: Substantive law

The IP landscape - key trends and cases (Part 2)

Eligible for CPD points. Core area: Substantive law

Practical guide for AI: ethical, safe, lawful

Eligible for CPD points. Core area: Ethics and professional responsibility.

Contract law update for 2020

Eligible for CPD points. Core area: Substantive law.

Competition Law Fest 2020: audio edition

Eligible for CPD points. Core area: Substantive law, competency area 4

Creating high-performing teams

Eligible for CPD points. Core area: Professional skills.

COVID-19 and impacts on fund managers and investors

Eligible for CPD points. Core area: Substantive law.

Restructuring, insolvency and COVID-19

Eligible for CPD points. Core area: 0.5 in Professional Skills and 0.5 in Substantive Law

Key changes from ASIC and AFCA on financial services regulation

State regulators have issued updates on COVID-19 and CPD compliance. You should check the requirements in your home state with respect to viewing recorded material. 

Stay informed

Subscribe to our insights and updates