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Conversation on Current Issues in the Practice of Employment and Industrial Law

Tue Sep 24 2019

The Federal Court of Australia invites practitioners to a Conversation on Current Issues in the Practice of Employment and Industrial Law Hosted by The Hon. Justice Mordy Bromberg.

Format: Three short presentations, presented by senior practitioners:

In Melbourne: • Codes of conduct vs individual freedoms - Josh Bornstein (Maurice Blackburn) and Eddy Gisonda (Victorian Bar); • Class actions in the employment and industrial jurisdiction – Geraldine Dann (Queensland Bar) and Kate Burke (Victorian Bar); and

In Adelaide: • Identifying the true relationship between “employers” and “employees” - Gillian Walker (South Australian Bar) and Simon Blewett (South Australian Bar). Date: Thursday 10 October 2019 Time: 5:30pm to 7.00pm (AEDT) Venues: Federal Court of Australia Federal Court of Australia Court 1 (Level 8), Court 1 Commonwealth Law Courts Building Roma Mitchell Commonwealth Law Courts Building 305 William Street, Melbourne 3 Angas Street, Adelaide

By Video-link at the Federal Court in the following locations: Sydney: Court 18A, Law Courts Building, 184 Phillip St, Queens Square Perth: Court 4, Peter Durack Commonwealth Law Courts Building, 1 Victoria Avenue Canberra: Court 1, Nigel Bowen Commonwealth Law Courts Building, Childers Street Brisbane: Court 2, Harry Gibbs Commonwealth Law Courts Building, 119 North Quay Darwin: Court 9, Supreme Court Building, State Square Tasmania: Court 1, Edward Braddon Commonwealth Law Courts Building, 39-41 Davey Street

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