City of Sydney Law Society CPD Seminars 

Our Second semester  of seminars will commence on Thursday 1 August 2019

Look out for our  upcoming "Registrar Series" of seminars

 Thursday 1 August

Registrar Series Seminar

Topic:  Online Court and the Five Stages of Grieving

Speaker:  Leonie Walton, Registrar in Equity and Corporations Registrar, Supreme Court of New South Wales

 Thursday 8 August

Topic: How to brief Psychologist for Court Reports

Speaker Andrew Wong and Oliver Brecht, psychologist

 Thursday 15 August 

Registrar Series Seminar

Topic:  To be advised

Speaker: Sarah Froh, Registrar and Director,  Land and Environment Court of NSW 

 Thursday 22 August

Registrar Series Seminar

Topic: Practice and Procedure – Online Court in the General List in the District Court

Speaker: James Howard, Judicial Registrar  District Court of NSW

 Thursday 29 August

Topic:  Civil Supervision and Detention Orders: An examination of the NSW high risk offenders legislation

Speaker: Juliet Lucy, Barrister, Level 6 & 7 St James Hall

 Thursday 5 September

Topic: Representing foreign nationals in trouble with the law: The Migration Act 1958 (Cth) for criminal lawyers

Speaker:  Stephen Lawrence, Barrister, Black Chambers

 Thursday 12 September

Topic:  Ethics in Advocacy

Speaker: Jonathan Kay Hoyle, Barrister 11 St James Hall

 Thursday 19 September 

Topic: Registrar Series Seminar  

 Speaker: Christopher Bradford, Registrar Common Law, Supreme Court of New South Wales

 Thursday 26 September

Topic: A litigator’s guide to electronic evidence 

Speaker: Clinton Towers, Director Access Forensics Pty Ltd

 Thursday 3 October

Topic:  To be advised

Speaker:  To be advised

 Thursday 10 October

Topic:  To be advised

Speaker:  To be advised

 Thursday 17 October Topic: Legal Professional Privilege
Speaker:  Jill Gatland, Barrister 11 St James Hall
 Thursday 24 October Topic:  When to go for freezing orders: some tips and traps

Speaker: Natasha Laing, Barrister,  8th Floor Selborne Chambers

 Thursday 31 October

Topic:  To be advised

Speaker: Ashley Stafford, Barrister 11 St James Hall

 Thursday 7 November Topic: 

Prior sexual history and fabricated complaints: 

Understanding and applying s 293 Criminal Procedure Act 1986

Speaker:  Felicity Graham, Barrister, Black Chambers



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