Common Law Bar Events & Cpds

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Tips for Young Players

The Common Law Bar Association
11Nov

Come and hear from a County Court judge and two Common Law Silks about effective trial advocacy and pick up some hints from leading experts!

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Speaker(s): 
Áine Magee QC (Chair), His Honour Judge Purcell (County Court of Victoria), Tim Tobin SC, Jeremy Ruskin QC
When: 
Thursday, 11 November, 2021 - 17:15 to 18:15
1 CPD point(s):
Barristers Skills;

Supreme Court Institutional Liability List

The Common Law Bar Association
28Oct

This seminar will discuss a range of issues which arise in the Institutional Liability list including case management compliance, stay applications, the assessment of economic loss, previous settlements and recent decisions.

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Speaker(s): 
Áine Magee QC (Chair), Her Honour Justice Incerti, David Seeman, Peter Hamilton
When: 
Thursday, 28 October, 2021 - 17:15 to 18:15
1 CPD point(s):
Substantive Law;

Concurrent Evidence: Part 1

The Common Law Bar Association
12Aug

Ever wondered about the history of concurrent evidence in our courts? Professor Ian Freckelton will discuss the philosophy behind the concept and challenges to be considered in the use of conclaves, joint reports and concurrent evidence.

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Speaker(s): 
Áine Magee QC (Chair), Professor Ian Freckelton AO QC
When: 
Thursday, 12 August, 2021 - 17:15 to 18:15
1 CPD point(s):
Substantive Law;

The maze of economic loss in personal injury

The Common Law Bar Association
2Dec

CPI increases, salary packaging, use of expert’s reports, application of actuarial tables and discounts, Fox v Wood - navigating the eco loss maze can be a minefield.  These topics and relevant recent cases will be covered in this thrill-a-minute CPD.

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Speaker(s): 
Áine Magee QC (Chair), Dugald McWilliams, Lachlan Howe
When: 
Wednesday, 2 December, 2020 - 17:00 to 18:00
1 CPD point(s):
Substantive Law;

'Could I just finish the question?’ - Views from the Bench, Bar and solicitors on ‘Female Judges, Interrupted’

The Victorian Bar’s Equality and Diversity Committee and Herbert Smith Freehills
10Sep

This CPD will examine the findings and themes arising from Amelia Loughland’s much discussed empirical study, published in the Melbourne University Law Review in 2020, on interruption behaviour during oral argument in the High Court of Australia.  An advance copy of this article, Female Judges, Interrupted: A Study of Interruption Behaviour during Oral Argument in the High Court of Australia, can be accessed here

Amelia Loughland will present the findings of her research. The panel, comprised of members from the Bench, Bar and solicitor’s profession, will share their observations on the themes arising from the study, including the impact of gendered conversational norms and power dynamics on oral advocacy, and the role of unconscious bias in advocacy and litigation.

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Speaker(s): 
Shanta Martin and Dr Laura Hilly-Victorian Bar (Co-Chairs), Amelia Loughland-Herbert Smith Freehills, The Hon Justice Elizabeth Hollingworth-Supreme Court of Victoria, Merryn Quayle, Partner-Herbert Smith Freehills, Jenny Firkin QC-Victorian Bar
When: 
Thursday, 10 September, 2020 - 17:00 to 18:00
1 CPD point(s):
Ethics & Professional Responsibility; Barristers Skills;