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You will find your password in your invitation email. If you are unable to locate your password, please click here to log in or register in the top right-hand corner of the website and then click "Forgotten password" on the next page. You will receive an email with a link to reset your password.
On the day of the event, log in here and select the ‘Watch live’ tab. The stream will start 30 minutes before the first session.
For the best viewing experience, we would recommend using headphones and watching over a stable internet connection. For details on technical support, please read our guide by clicking here.
To manage the volume of questions, we will be inviting attendees to submit questions to our speaker in advance when they register. This gives our speakers an opportunity to give considered answers.
If you would like to nominate a colleague to attend, please ask them to register here.
For every paid registration to attend virtually, only one device (computer, laptop, tablet, phone) will be allowed to enter the virtual conference.
The content will be available on-demand for three months following the conference date, for all registered participants.
The CPD certificate will be available after completing the online evaluation. You will receive a link in an email after the conference.
After the virtual conference ends please email [email protected] to request your certificate. Please state in your email which accrediting board you require the certificate for.
Many Accrediting Bodies are self certifiable for webinars and virtual conferences. These include:
Law Society of England & Wales, Bar of England & Wales, NASBA, CAIRP AND RITANZ
We regret that we cannot allocate CPD points for accreditation with the Hong Kong Law Society or the Singapore Institute of Legal Education (SILE). SILE has provided the following statement should you wish to self-certify the Virtual Conference: “Pre-recorded videos of the conference may be eligible for Private CPD Points under the Guidelines on the Continuing Professional Development Scheme 2017. This is an honour-based, self-assessment process on the part of the lawyer. It will be their individual obligation to satisfy themselves that the activity satisfies the applicable criteria under the CPD Rules and the Guidelines”
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