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Domestic and family violence workshop

Developments in domestic violence law make this an increasingly important area for practitioners to understand, particularly those in criminal or family law practice. This workshop introduces delegates to Queensland domestic violence laws, how these laws are used and enforced as well as key cases and legal issues. Sessions will also cover the principles of trauma informed practice and perspectives from the bench on effective solicitor advocacy in matters involving domestic and family violence.

3 CPD points, 2019/2020 CPD year.

World Elder Abuse Awareness Day Breakfast

The World Elder Abuse Awareness Day breakfast seminar is one of Queensland Law Society’s key strategies for raising awareness to help prevent elder abuse and safeguard the rights, dignity and independence of older people. Join our esteemed panellists as they engage in discussion focusing on understanding issues surrounding elder abuse and what legal practitioners can do to help elder or vulnerable people maintain their rights and freedom.

Registration for this session is essential as places are limited.

Beyond Eagle Street Drinks

The Justice and the Law Society (JATL) is delighted to present their premier networking event: "Beyond Eagle Street Drinks".

JATL recognises that top-tier firms play a vital role in the legal profession. While Eagle Street firms tend to have an abundance of available information about career opportunities, JATL has noticed a void of information about the career opportunities beyond “Eagle Street”. Many law students remain unaware of the different avenues that can be taken after completion of their law degree.

LGBTIQ+ Domestic and Family Violence Breakfast

Pride in Law is committed to raising awareness of domestic violence in the LGBTI+ community. Last year, Pride in Law were grateful to receive an address from His Honour Magistrate Strofield advising how the Domestic Violence Court is responding to domestic violence in the LGBTI+ community. This year, Herbert Smith Freehills has kindly offered to host a keynote address from A/Sergeant Ben Bjarnesen of the Queensland Police Service.

The Injustice of Intimacy Podcast Series

The Nundah Neighbourhood Centre and Brisbane North Community Legal Service invites you to the launch of:

The Injustice of Intimacy Podcast Series: “How do we overcome the challenges for women who seek help for Intimate Partner Sexual Violence?” 

In these podcasts, women share their stories and experiences and professionals share their practices and insights. 

With Special Guests:

Private Screening of "Gaslight" for Domestic Violence Prevention Month

A Domestic Violence Prevention Month event to raise awareness of psychological abuse.

About this Event

To support Domestic Violence Prevention Month, you are invited to a private screening of Gaslight at the Elizabeth Picture Theatre, Brisbane.

Gaslight is a 1944 mystery-thriller film about a woman whose husband slowly manipulates her into questioning her reality. The film was nominated for seven Academy Awards including Best Picture, Best Actor, and Best Screenplay; winning two for Best Actress and Best Production Design.

Legal Training for Frontline Community Workers

You're invited to a day of free training workshops to help you identify the legal issues faced by your clients, and to better assist your clients through their experiences with the legal system.

Learn how to better support vulnerable clients experiencing issues with: debt, tenancy, criminal law, family violence, treatment authorities, Centrelink debt, the NDIS, or the immigration system.

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