Registration will begin at 9:30 am.
We’ll take the jargon and mystery out of online engagement. Understand how digital platforms work and create synergies. Learn enough to decide for yourself what your options are and how you can create a profile and digital presence that work for you.
Part 1 – Understand the digital footprint: Self-diagnosis and analysis.
Part 2 – Technology and terminology: Components of an online profile, from websites to WhatsApp. Make sense of how different parts of your online presence work cumulatively to create your profile. Draw the line between your personal and professional
Part 3 – Professional profiles: Make them work for you. How to craft a professional online profile.
Part 4 – Pitfalls and problems: Best practices online.
Part 5 – Keep it going: Curate the past / craft the future. Evaluate how much time and funds to invest in your online presence and what kind of returns you can expect. Get tips and ideas to keep your digital presence working smart for you.
Sheena Gurbakhash was called to the Malaysian Bar in 1989. She left the legal profession in 1999 to write full-time. Her work has appeared in both the national press and regional publications. She has also worked in advertising and public relations, both in the private sector as well as with the government. She has written and been involved in the production of several coffee-table books, including At the Forefront of Nation Building: Perspectives from the Administrative and Diplomatic Service (2014) UiTM Press. She is currently the Managing Editor of Praxis: The Chronicle of the Malaysian Bar.
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- Full refunds will be issued if the cancellation is notified to the organiser three business days before the event.
- No refunds will be issued if the cancellation is notified to the organiser less than three business days from the event.
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You are allowed to transfer your place to another participant, but you must notify the organiser with the necessary details.
CPD points will not be awarded to lawyers and pupils in chambers from Peninsular Malaysia who arrive more than 15 minutes late, are not present throughout the event, or leave before its scheduled end.
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