Coming up in CPD March

Tue Mar 13 2018

Monday, March 19 2018 - Reverse briefing: new trends and new barristers

Presented by Vered Keisar, General Counsel Asia Pacific ResMed, Aidan Parsons, National Business Development Manager at Law In Order and Miriam Rihani, Principal and General Manager of Lexvoco NSW. Chaired by: James Mack, Chair, New Barristers Committee. For full details, please download a flyer here.

Tuesday, March 20 2018 - What matters do I need to disclose to the Bar Council, and when?

Presented by Edward Muston SC and chaired by Tim Game SC. For full details, please download a flyer here.

Wednesday, March 21 2018 - Interpreting Legislation in Accordance with Human Rights

Presented by Simeon Beckett. Chaired by Neil Williams SC. For full details, please download a flyer here.

Thursday, March 22 2018 - Data on women appearances in NSW Courts

Presented by Richard Scruby SC and Brenda Tronson. Chaired by Kate Eastman SC. For full details, please download a flyer here. This seminar has been organised by the Women Barristers Forum and the Diversity & Equality Committee.

Monday, March 26 2018 - 25 Years On: Redfern Park Speech

Presented by LaVerne Bellear, CEO, Aboriginal Medical Service Co-Operative and Bunja Smith, Chair, Aboriginal Legal Service. Chaired by Arthur Moses SC.For full details, please download a flyer here.

Tuesday, March 27 2018 -The Boundaries Between Fact and Law in Administrative Law

Presented by Kristina Stern SC and Matt Sherman. Details to follow.

POSTPONED: Wednesday, March 28 2018 - Advocacy and the Vulnerable witness

Presented by Craig Smith SC and Kara Shead SC. Please note, this presentation will be included in the 2018 Sydney Conference on Saturday 24 March at the Hilton Hotel George Street.

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

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