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CPD: Coming up in October 2017

Mon Oct 09 2017

Monday, October 16 2017: 'Crossing the line: Behaviour that gets barristers into trouble' Presented by Kate Eastman SC and chaired by Arthur Moses SC. For full details please download a flyer here.

This seminar will be livestreamed to members via the CPD Online platform at: https://www.nswbar.asn.au/live-stream/members

Thursday, October 19 2017: 'Choice of Court Agreements under an International Civil Law Act' Presented by Michael Douglas, University of Sydney Law School and chaired by Andrew Bell SC. For full details please download a flyer here.

Tuesday, October 24 2017: 'The Uluru Statement – First Nations Voice towards achieving sovereignty' Introduced by Susan Phillips. Presented by Professor Megan Davis, Noel Pearson and Professor Rosalind Dixon. Chaired by Arthur Moses SC. For full details please download a flyer here.

This seminar is a joint initiative of the NSW Judicial Commission Ngara Yura Committee, the NSW Bar Association Indigenous Barristers’ Trust and the Law Society of NSW Indigenous Issues Committee. Please register for catering purposes. To register please contact Ting Lim at tlim@nswbar.asn.au.

Wednesday, October 25 2017: 'A white coat view of black robe health' Presented by Professor Matthew Large, School of Psychiatry, UNSW, and chaired by Arthur Moses SC. For full details please download a flyer here.

All seminars will commence at 5.15 pm in the Bar Association Common Room, unless otherwise noted.

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