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Contract Law Masterclass 2018

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The Contract Law Masterclass is designed for busy legal professionals seeking to improve their understanding of all aspects of the contractual process. From pre-contract negotiations to drafting, interpretation, disputes and managing risk through indemnities, this masterclass covers a host of topical areas. Partners from Australia’s top law firms will present this one-day event, focusing on practical examples and the impact of recent case law.

Kep Enderby Memorial Lecture

Dr Tim Soutphommasane, Race Discrimination Commissioner, warmly invites you to the third annual Kep Enderby Memorial Lecture. The lecture was established to honour the memory of Kep Enderby QC, who as Attorney General introduced the Racial Discrimination Act.

The 2017 lecture will be delivered by Dr Jackie Huggins AM, FAHA, Co-Chair of the National Congress of Australia's First Peoples.

LegalTech Summit 2017

The Magna Carta was the first legal disrupter, and the law has evolved continually ever since. Correctly managed, disruptive change can foster progress and innovation, but how can you sensitively sway the heel-diggers in order to future-proof your firm?

TJMF Sydney Lecture

The Tristian Jepson Memorial Foundation's Sydney Lecture for 2017: “Lifting the Judicial Veil – Vicarious Trauma, PTSD and the Judiciary: A personal story”

TJMF is a charity which seeks to reduce disability and distress of mental ill health in the legal profession and promote a sustainable psychologically healthy and safe workplace. Proceeds from the lecture will support the ongoing initiatives of the Foundation. See website

National Multicultural Women’s Conference 2016

The inaugural National Multicultural Women’s Conference 2016 – Influencing change: Vision and Impact, to be held in Parramatta, Sydney, from 3-4 November 2016.

This national event is an outcome of an innovative partnership between Settlement Services International (SSI) and the Federation of Ethnic Communities’ Councils of Australia (FECCA), with support from Ethnic Communities’ Council of NSW, that will provide a holistic perspective towards shaping a shared vision and driving change.