Planning for Absences and Emergencies Learning Module
Introduction and Objectives
The objectives of the Planning for Absences and Emergencies module are to:
- appreciate the importance of arranging for coverage during planned absences from work and of ensuring the continuity of your practice during unexpected absence or loss; and
- appreciate the importance of insurance to help ensure the continuity of your practice and to provide a stream of income.
Navigating this Module
This module features these components:
Written Material: The module discusses developing a plan for coverage during your absence or in the event of a catastrophic loss, raises technology issues and insurance considerations, and addresses practical points for your coverage and succession plan.
Test: The test for this module features a fact pattern and a question. Test questions are drawn from the written material only and not the Additional Resources or the footnotes to the written material.
Although we aim to present a comprehensive module, this module is not exhaustive. This module is not a substitute for exercising professional judgment and does not constitute legal advice.
This module was updated in May 2017. As you read through this module, if you find any information that is unclear, inaccurate or outdated, please advise the Law Society.
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