$295.00 / year
The following individuals appear in this session. You can click through to view their profile or to browse the other sessions they have participated in.
Senior representatives of the three major regulators in industrial law will speak about recent developments in their areas. Mark Irving chairs a discussion by three major regulators in the industrial law field. Cathy Cato, Acting Commissioner of the Australian Building and Construction Commission, The Hon Neil Jessup, former Federal Court Judge, and Janine Webster, Chief Counsel of the Fair Work Ombudsman, discuss recent development in their respective areas.
CPD In Session provides online legal education by the Victorian Bar for solicitors, in-house and government lawyers offering a range of seminars and Q&A sessions with expert presenters from the judiciary, the Bar and more.
In this Q&A Session, Simon Steward QC discusses past and future trends in tax disputes, including changes since the appointment of the first outside Commissioner of Taxation, taxation of multinationals and ways in which to address this problem, apportionment cases, treaty and capital cases.
In this seminar, Professor David Howarth, Professor of Law and Public Policy at the University of Cambridge will explore the relationship between law and politics, and the role of lawyers in politics. He will also consider the relationships between lawyers, civil servants and the rule of law. One of Professor Howarth’s particular interests is the manner in which law and politics appear to be separating throughout the developed world. Are lawyers withdrawing from participation in democratic politics? If so, what, if anything, should be done about it?