Monday, 16 November 2020
Have your say: ACT Law Society Member Survey now open
The ACT Law Society is pleased to launch our inaugural Member Survey. The survey provides members of the Society with an opportunity to share their experiences. Your answers will help build a greater understanding of the profession in the ACT, and help the Society to better support our members in the future.
The 10-minute survey is open to all members of the ACT Law Society until 5pm, Monday 7 December. If you complete the survey you can go in the draw to win a $500 prepaid Visa card.
The survey will ask you questions on:
- your role and the type of work you do
- your workplace
- ACT Law Society services you use, or would like to use
- your experience with issues facing the legal profession.
Your participation in the survey is voluntary and you can stop the survey at any time.
The survey is being conducted by Urbis, an independent research agency, on behalf of the ACT Law Society. The results of the survey will be used by the ACT Law Society to understand more about its members and how they can better support the profession in the future.
The survey includes an option for you to identify if you would like to take part in further research being conducted directly by the ACT Law Society, and for you to enter a competition to win a $500 prepaid Visa card. If you provide your contact details for either of these questions, the contact information you provide will be disaggregated from the information you provide in the survey and your details will not be provided to the ACT Law Society unless you have provided express consent.
The prize draw to win a $500 prepaid Visa card is open to all survey participants who identify that they would like to enter the draw and provide their name, email and phone number. The terms and conditions of the prize draw can be found below.
If you have any questions about the survey you can contact:
- Sidonie Roberts, Associate Director, Urbis on (02) 8233 9962 or email@example.com
- Nicole Crossley, Executive Secretary, ACT Law Society on (02) 6274 0300 or Nicole.Crossley@actlawsociety.asn.au
PRIZE DRAW ACT LAW SOCIETY MEMBER SURVEY 2020 TERMS AND CONDITIONS
- Entry is open to people who are 18 years or older and satisfy the following eligibility criteria:
- The entrant is a current member of the ACT Law Society.
(2) The competition commences at 9.00am AEDT on 16 November 2020 and closes at 5.00pm AEDT on 7 December 2020 (‘Competition Period’).
(3) To enter the competition, eligible entrants must, within the Competition Period:
- submit a completed online survey as part of the ACT Law Society Member Survey
- answer ‘yes’ to the survey question “would you like to enter the draw to win a $500 prepaid Visa card?”
- provide their name, email and phone number when prompted to do so in order to enter the prize draw.
A maximum of one entry per person is permitted.
(4) The competition is conducted by the Promoters, Urbis Pty Ltd (ABN 50 105 256 228).
(5) The draw will be conducted on 10 December 2020 (‘Date of Draw’) at Urbis, 123 Pitt Street, Sydney 2000.
(6) The winning entrants will be notified by email and telephone on 10 December 2020 (or shortly thereafter). If the prize for the promotion is not claimed within one month of the Date of Draw, a subsequent draw for that prize will be held at Urbis’ office listed above on 10 January 2020.
(7) There will be one prize draw with a total of one major prize winner. Major prize winner will receive a $500 prepaid VISA card.
(8) All prizes will be posted out to the address supplied by the winning entrant when notified they have won or shortly thereafter.
(9) Employees and immediate family members of Urbis Pty Ltd and ACT Law Society are not permitted to enter the draw.
(10) Entry into the competition means that the entrant warrants that they satisfy the entry requirements and accept these terms and conditions of entry.
(11) Entrants are responsible for any and all expenses they incur in entering the competition and will not be reimbursed any costs incurred in participating in the survey or competition.
(12) Urbis has the right to disqualify any entrants or entries if Urbis reasonably suspects any unlawful or improper conduct, or if the entry is in breach of or the entrant has otherwise breached the competition terms and conditions.
(13) The Promoter is bound by the Australian Privacy Principles (APP) in the Privacy Act 1988. An entrants’ personal information will be collected by the Promoters for the purpose of administering the Promotion.
(14) The Promoter’s decisions are final and no correspondence will be entered into.