Australian Insurance Law Association - it is worth joining

Have you ever thought about learning or keeping up to date with laws affecting Insurance?

Join the Australian Insurance Law Association (AILA)

In the Insurance Industry, nearly everything we do has a relationship with Laws relating to Insurance. Whether it is stipulating procedures we have to abide by in Insurance policies, APRA supervision, settling liability type claims or simply interpreting clauses in policies, the Law plays a big part.

You can keep up to date with all these changes simply becoming a member of AILA. Local branches provide monthly seminars or forums, there are regular Bulletins discussing recent changes or topics of interest and there is an annual conference where the best legal minds in Insurance present. It is another way to keep your CPD points up and get to know many people in the Insurance Industry let alone Insurance lawyers. And it is of little cost.

Join today on line. You will be very glad you did. Go to aila.com.au 
 

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We share this award with all our staff, Lauren, Guy and Sarah and thank them for their dedication in providing the best possible customer service. We also thank our clients who have made our business what it is today. We thank you all so much.

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