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Coming up in CPD this Month

Mon Mar 20 2017

Tuesday, March 21 2017: 'How to run a merit review case' Presented by The Honourable Justice Duncan Kerr Chev LH, President of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, Bernard McCabe, Deputy President of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal and The Honourable Justice Robertson Wright, President of the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal. For full details please download a flyer here

Wednesday, March 22 2017: 'Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Intersex (LGBTI) Awareness Training Seminar' Presented by Ross Wetherbee, Senior Program Manager, Pride in Diversity and chaired by Anthony McGrath SC, Chair, Diversity and Equality Committee. For full details please download a flyer here.

Thursday, 23 March 2017: Tutor and Readers Seminar Presented by: Robert Hollo SC, Eugene Romaniuk SC and Julia Roy. For full details please download a flyer here.

Wednesday, March 29 2017: 'Marketing tools and strategies for barristers: Three perspectives" Presented by Tean Kerr, Partner, Lander & Rogers; Michael Green SC, Level 22 Chamber and Jeh Coutinho, Clerk, Banco Chambers. Chaired by Michelle Painter SC. For full details please download a flyer here

Thursday, March 30 2017: 'Equitable Compensation for Breach of Confidence' Presented by The Honourable Justice Mark Leeming, Justice of Appeal, Supreme Court of New South Wales and Dr Peter Turner. Chaired by Professor David Rolph, University of Sydney Law School. This seminar has been organised in association with the Ross Parsons Centre of Commercial, Corporate and Taxation Law at the Sydney University Law School. Please note this is a lunchtime seminar from 1 pm to 2 pm, For full details please download a flyer here

Thursday, March 30 2017: 'Family Provision claims: recent decisions and practical tips' Presented by Michelle Painter SC and Despina Christofis. Chaired byJane Needham SC. For full details please download a flyer here

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

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