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2020 has been a year of difficult revelations in the legal profession: a survey by the Victorian Legal Services Board + Commissioner reported that one third of those who responded had experienced sexual harassment in the workplace; the Chief Justice of the High Court stating that an inquiry into allegations of sexual harassment against a former High Court Judge found that six former Court staff members were harassed by him; and the Victorian Attorney-General announced a comprehensive review of the practices and protocols preventing and reporting sexual harassment in the courts and VCAT and across the legal profession.
In this webinar, Jenny Firkin QC, Chair of the Bar’s Equality and Diversity Committee, speaks with Kenneth Hayne AC QC about sexual harassment at the Bar. What are the cultural behaviours that we need to change? What can people who experience sexual harassment do? What should those who witness or hear of it do? And, if it’s not clear to perpetrators that their advances are unwelcome, what alarm bells should trigger them to stop and think.
Trial CPD In Session with FREE access to the CPD on Legal, Constitutional and Human Rights issues surrounding same sex marriage. This CPD includes discussion of the important decision in The Commonwealth v Australian Capital Territory 92013) 250 CLR 441 by The Honourable Kenneth Hayne AC QC, former Justice, High Court of Australia; dialogue on the state of national law and constitutional law by The Honourable Michael Kirby AC CMG, former Justice, High Court of Australia and a focus on the human rights issues raised both nationally and internationally by Catherine Dixon and Anna Brown.