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  • Current Legal Issues (CLI) seminar - Can there ever be affordable family law?

    Queen Elizabeth II Courts of Law, Brisbane, Australia
    9 May 2017 - 4:45pm - 6:30pm
    Hosted by: BAQ, UQ, QUT and SCLQ
    CPD Points: 1.5

    The CLI seminar series features leading national and international legal scholars, practitioners and members of the judiciary. The series is a collaboration between the University of Queensland’s TC Beirne School of Law, the Bar Association of Queensland, the Queensland University of Technology Faculty of Law and Supreme Court Library Queensland.

    Register now for the first seminar in the 2017 series – Can there ever be affordable family law? with speaker Professor Patrick Parkinson AM, commentator the Hon Stephen O’Ryan QC, and chair Tom Kirk QC. Visit law.uq.edu.au/current-legal-issues-seminars for details and to register.

  • Queensland Legal Walk

    Queen Elizabeth II Courts of Law, Brisbane, Australia
    16 May 2017 - 7:00am
    Hosted by: LawRight

    Register online now for the 10th Annual Queensland Legal Walk on Tuesday 16 May from 7am.

    Queensland Legal Walk is an annual Law Week event which celebrates the legal profession’s pro bono contribution across Queensland. It raises vital funds for LawRight (previously QPILCH) to support those most in need – the homeless, those with mental illness, victims of domestic violence and self-represented litigants.

  • QSAC Sentencing Seminar Series: The role of sentencing advisory councils

    Queen Elizabeth II Courts of Law, Brisbane, Australia
    17 May 2017 - 12:00pm - 3:00pm
    Presenter(s): Professor Arie Freiberg
    Hosted by: Queensland Sentencing Advisory Council
    CPD Points: 1 unit for each hour of attendance

    The Queensland Sentencing Advisory Council invites you to attend their second Sentencing Seminar. This free event will give you the chance to hear from the authority on sentencing issues and the criminal justice system, Professor Arie Freiberg. Professor Freiberg is the chair of both the Victorian and Tasmania Sentencing Advisory Councils.

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