Event: Federal Jurisdiction Seminars

2 July 2021


2 July 2021: Due to the COVID restrictions implemented on Sunday 28 June 2021 and consequential lockdown in Perth, the first session did not go ahead, leading to all sessions being postponed to the dates outlined below and in the updated flyer.

The Federal Court of Australia invites practitioners and academics to attend Federal Jurisdiction Seminars.

Tuesday, 31 August 2021: Session 1 (2.5 CPD points)

Chair: Justice McKerracher

Time (WST)TopicSpeakers:
2.30 - 3.30 pmFederal JurisdictionChief Justice Allsop AO
3.30 - 3.45 pmQuestions and discussion 
3.45 - 4.15 pmAfternoon tea 
4.15 - 4.50 pmPractical case studiesJustice McKerracher
4.50 - 5.30 pmJustice in the pandemicJustice Banks-Smith

Tuesday, 21 September 2021: Session 2 (1.5 CPD points)

Chair: Justice Jackson

Time (WST)TopicSpeakers:
5.00-6.30 pmAn introduction to Native TitleJustice Banks-Smith, Registrars Daniel and McGregor

Tuesday, 26 October 2021: Session 3 (1.5 CPD points)

Chair: Justice McKerracher

Time (WST)TopicSpeakers:
5.00-6.30 pmAdministrative Law, with a
focus on Migration Law
Justice Colvin and Registrar Haag

Tuesday, 30 November 2021: Session 4 (1.5 CPD points)

Chair: Justice Banks-Smith

Time (WST)TopicSpeakers:
5.00-6.30 pmCommercial and CorporateJustice Colvin and Justice Jackson

All sessions are eligible for CPD points (substantive law) and will be followed by refreshments.

All sessions will be held in: Courtroom 1, Level 7, Federal Court of Australia, 1 Victoria Avenue, Perth.

The seminar will also be a Live Stream Event to registered participants (joining instructions will be provided by email to those who RSVP).

Session 1 in-person is full. Please RSVP for live streaming Session 1 and Sessions 2-4 in-person and live streaming to walistingsandevents@fedcourt.gov.au with payment by Monday 16 August 2021. A tax receipt will be issued via email.

Registration fee: $30 per session or $100 (for all four sessions) to be deposited:

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