Australian Academy of Law AAL Ethics Event - 5.30pm, 20 June 2017

Fri May 12 2017

The second event in the Australian Academy of Law’s ethics series will be held at 5.30pm, Tuesday 20 June at the Federal Court of Australia in Sydney.

The topic for the upcoming event will be “Ethics in the practice of law: a profession, a business or both?”

The format will be a panel discussion, with a chair-moderator and speakers representing different constituencies in the Australian legal services market. The panel will address questions raised by attendees in their online registration form and the chair-moderator will also take questions from the floor during the debate. The panel will be comprised as follows:

Chair and moderator: Fiona McLeod SC, President of the Law Council of Australia Panellists: • Donald Robertson, Partner, Herbert Smith Freehills and Adjunct Professor of Law, University of Sydney Law School • Noel Hutley SC, Barrister Sydney and former President of the New South Wales Bar Association • Dr Attracta Lagan, Ethicist and Founder of “Managing Values” • John McKenzie, Legal Services Commissioner for New South Wales • Dr Linda Tucker, Chairperson, Community Legal Centres New South Wales

For more information, view the flyer.

There will be no charge to attend the event and it will also be open to the public.

To register for this event, please complete the online registration form at by Friday 16 June 2017.

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