This CPD is a seminar which discusses the Royal Commission Into Family Violence (March, 2016). His Honour, Chief Magistrate of Victoria, Peter Lauritsen discusses the submissions made by the Magistrates Court and Children’s Court to the Commission, the findings of the Commission, and the relevant recommendations of the Commission.
This seminar discuses good faith in commercial agreements – “Test Case” issues for advice and litigation. This area of the law has been problematic in all Australian jurisdictions. The presenter is Professor Bryan Horrigan, Dean of the Faculty of Law at Monash University.
This CPD is a seminar on the interaction between bankruptcy and non-bankruptcy Courts. Barrister Christopher Brown exmaines many of the common statutory provisions that are relevant to bankruptcy cases and recent cases that addresses jurisdictional and standing issues. The CPD then concludes with a Q & A session with Federal Circuit Court Judge Riethmuller
Recent campaigns and debate have centred on the need to recognise Indigenous Australians as the first peoples of Australia under the Australian Constitution. This CPD seminar, presented by Mick Dodson AM, focusses on the seminal judgment in the Tasmanian Dams case, and the effects of the High Court’s decision.