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Legal Services Commissioner at Bond University

Queensland Legal Services Commissioner Mrs Megan Mahon and Senior Investigator Ms Thea Johnson addressed law students and academics at Bond University earlier this month.

The students are currently enrolled in the Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice (PLT) and will soon be applying for admission into the legal profession.

Commissioner Mahon and Ms Johnson spoke about the role of the Legal Services Commission as a regulator of the legal profession in Queensland. They also addressed the legal and ethical obligations of legal practitioners in their dealings with their clients, colleagues and the colleagues.

It was an insightful and informative session that was very well received by all in attendance.

Legal Services Commissioner at Bond University
Image from left to right: Senior Investigator Ms Thea Johnson, Executive Dean Faculty of Law Professor Nick James, Commissioner Megan Mahon, Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice Program Director Ms Tanya Atwill.

Last reviewed
11 February 2020
Last updated
11 February 2020

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