The Conference

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At the 2022 AIC Victoria State Conference, we give you the opportunity to not only rejoice in our successes but meet and connect with other professionals who have been through the same challenging process and came out better on the other side. 

Our Networking Lounge will showcase an abundance of partners who can provide you with the necessary tools to enhance your business requirements.  In addition you will hear from a variety of subject matter experts throughout the day.  

We will come together with conveyancers from throughout Victoria and Tasmania for a full day and evening of education and networking, an event that you will not want to miss out on.

The Conference will again feature a variety of interesting and valuable speakers.

To find out more about this years speakers click here

Presentations at the 2022 AIC Victoria State Conference

Competition and Interoperability in ELNO services

Danusia Cameron, Acting Registrar General NSW and Peter Waters, Consultant, Competition and Regulation

Introduction by Jeremy Cox, Registrar General NSW:  

  • Why competition between ELNs 
  • The role of interoperability in achieving competition
  • Current state of developments: the SA/NSW ORG process, stakeholder views, next steps 
 Key issues in designing interoperability:
  • How will lodgement and settlement happen between multiple ELNOs 
  • What will an interoperable transaction look like for practitioners
  •  How to ensure the ‘trusted environment’ across multiple ELNOs 
  • How will risk and liability be managed 
  •  How will practitioners be able to hold ELNOs to account 
  • How will practitioner’s clients’ interests be protected  

Employment in Today’s World

Corrina Dowling, Special Counsel, Barry.Neilsson. Lawyers and Shakila Maclean, Founder & Owner, All Hours Conveyancing.

In this session join Corrina Dowling, Special Counsel for Barry.Neilsson. Lawyers and Shakila Maclean, Founder and Owner of All Hours Conveyancing as they present on all things employment related.  With extensive experience in employment and workplace relations matters Corrina and Shakila will be walking you through situations that can (and do) arise in your practices every day.  They will provide tangible solutions to overcoming these situations as well as highlighting areas of the law that you should be aware of when employing staff. 

Title Insurance as a Risk Management Tool: Victorian Claims Update

Paul Watkins, General Counsel Australia, Stewart Title Limited. 

Paul Watkins will provide an overview of recent title insurance claims in Victoria with a particular focus on unapproved building work and boundary issues. The purpose of the presentation will be to showcase examples of some of the more serious title defects which may go undetected when buying and selling property in Victoria.  

Turning compliance management into a business builder

Amanda Baker, Founder/ Director, elKNOW Pty Ltd

Amanda’s presentation is designed to work through the practicalities associated with having active compliance and quality management in your practice. This is important for both sole practitioners and those with large teams. Industry insights along with covered will include how compliance management can assist business owners and leaders to:

  •  Proactively and simply manage compliance in an ongoing manner
  • Use compliance data to continuously improve your processes so they are effective and efficient
  • Engage your staff in a positive and supportive way to drive engagement and deliver excellent customer service
  • Build confidence by having data that supports your brand as an expert.