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Community Legal Centres Queensland Conference Dinner and Trivia Night

Put on your thinking caps and come along to the Community Legal Centres Queensland Conference Dinner and Trivia Night. 

The night will be an opportunity to socialise with people from throughout the sector as well as compete for the prize of being the community legal centre trivia champions.

The ticket price includes a two course dinner, welcome drinks and endless fun.  The venue for the dinner and trivia night is within easy walking distance from the conference venue.

Movement for Change - Play Your Part

The stories we tell ourselves now will predict the future. How can we change these stories to create the future we want? How do we move our communities closer to creating greater wellbeing by challenging how we talk about the world?

Join us at the 2018 QCOSS State Conference on 16 and 17 May to be part of a movement for change

We will focus on the stories we tell as organisations and as a community, and explore how we change the narrative and inspire more positive outcomes by the actions we take today.

Lord Atkin – Judicial courage and the decorum of dissent & official exhibition launch

Join us on Tuesday 28 November for the Selden Society inaugural Lord Atkin lecture and the launch of the Supreme Court Library Queensland’s new exhibition, Lord Atkin: from Queensland to the House of Lords.

James Richard (Dick) Atkin was born in Brisbane on 28 November 1867. This year marks the 150th anniversary of his birth. Lord Atkin was one of the most influential judges of his or any generation. His landmark judgments still guide the laws of our nation and the rest of the common law world today.

Community Screening Event

Screening of our 2017 short films developed and produced by talented students from the Participatory Media Production class (COMU7016) in collaboration with the UQ Law School’s Pro Bono Centre, Law students and various Community Legal Centres as part of Anti-Poverty Week.

QLS Masterclass: Disciplinary Law

Disciplinary law is an area of practice that lawyers are often left to navigate by themselves as they become more experienced. This half-day event has been especially designed in consultation with Queensland Law Society’s Occupational Discipline Law Committee to keep you up to date with this niche area of practice. This year’s program includes:

• a snapshot of recent significant decisions in disciplinary law

• a practical discussion on self-incrimination in the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal