Join us for the Junior Bar Conference 2019 where will be exploring how to incorporate health and wellbeing into both your professional and personal lives, with workshops discussing resilience, technology & practice management, and superannuation.
Some terrific advocacy and plenty of good humour was on display at the Special General Meeting (SGM) of the Victorian Bar held on Wednesday evening. Members debated, for and against, the most comprehensive package of proposed reforms to the Constitution of the Bar in many years.
Special General Meeting of the Victorian Bar next week
A Special General Meeting (SGM) of the Victorian Bar Inc will take place next Wednesday, 12 June 2019 at 5pm in the Neil McPhee room.
At the SGM, we will vote on the most significant package of proposed Constitutional reforms put in many years. The proposed reforms are the result of exhaustive work and exhausting debate by the Bar Council over several terms, and are directed at building a stronger and better governed Bar.
My inbox has been full all week of rave reviews about the annual Bar Dinner held last Friday, tempered by a couple of “constructive suggestions” for next year—the opposite of the usual response to any major Bar event.
A Special General Meeting of the Victorian Bar will be held at 5pm on Wednesday 12 June 2019, in the Neil McPhee Room, Level 1, Owen Dixon Chambers East,at which proposed amendments to the Constitution of the Victorian Bar will be put for the consideration of members.
In the only election that anyone has been following this week, congratulations go to Dr Suzanne McNicol QC, who was elected by our members, from a Melbourne Cup size field, to fill a casual vacancy in the senior category on Bar Council. The result was declared at our Bar Council meeting last night, after which Sue was warmly welcomed to her first meeting.