CEO, Principal Solicitor at Digital Age Lawyers, Masters of Marine Law, a Masters of Law, a Masters of Business Management and a Post-Graduate Diploma in Adult Education.
There are various legal obligations and responsibilities every business owner should be aware of when dealing with Social Media and Digital Law. Knowing the basic will help your business, protect your reputation, enhance your marketing and e-commerce as well as facilitate your advice and training of staff and others.
Protect your business by understanding social media law and having a policy for your business, understand the changing world of business post covid
Katherine Hawes is the CEO of of Aquarius Consulting Group Pty Ltd which has three law firms, of which Digital Age Lawyers, is one. She is the Principal Solicitor at Digital Age Lawyers and is also Barrister, business influencer, social entrepreneur, and media personality, based in Sydney, Australia. Katherine has undergraduate degrees in Communications and Law, as well as a Masters of Marine Law, a Masters of Law, a Masters of Business Management and a Post-Graduate Diploma in Adult Education. Katherine has appeared before the full bench of the High Court and is often asked to be a guest lecturer at Australian universities on topics such as business legal issues as well as social media and digital law.
As an experienced legal practitioner Katherine recognises that you must niche your business and not be everything to everybody. Her focus on business and technology law sees her offer a wide range of education programs. Digital Age Lawyers operates as a virtual law firm business model in the practices, Katherine is an early adopter of new technology to ensure that her clients can make contact easily, are kept up to date and can self-service their legal documents from anywhere, anytime! The firm offers a range of small business courses to keep you up to date with legal requirements in your day to day business operations.