CPD Session – 18 November 2021

Prohibition against fettering a trustee’s discretion   Presenters: Ian Robertson SC (Jeffcott Chambers) and Victoria Gilliland (Nexus Chambers)   (Professional Skills, 1.25 points)   Registration essential due to ongoing COVID-19 restrictions.  In-person or Zoom attendance available.

CPD Session – 11 November 2021

Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia   Presenter: Senior Judicial Registrar Kathryn Heuer Chair: Mark Anderson (Elizabeth Evatt Chambers)   (Professional Skills, 1.25 points)   Registration essential due to ongoing COVID-19 restrictions.  In-person or Zoom attendance available.

CPD Session – 30 September 2021

Criminal Pre-Trial Special Hearings under ss 12AB and 13BA of the Evidence Act 1929 (SA)   Presenter: Her Honour Judge Liesl Chapman (District Court)   (Professional Skills, 1.25 points)   Registration essential due to ongoing COVID-19 restrictions.  In-person or Zoom attendance available.

CPD Session – 8 July 2021

Space Law 101 including domestic regulatory issues under the Space (Launches and Returns) Act 2018 and space mining   Presenter: Associate Professor Matthew Stubbs (University of Adelaide)   (Professional Skills, 1.25 points)   Registration essential due to ongoing COVID-19 restrictions.  In-person or Zoom attendance available.

CPD Session – 10 June 2021

Going behind judgments in Bankruptcy   Presenter: Tom Besanko (Jeffcott Chambers) Panellists: Brendon Roberts QC (Bar Chambers) and Ben Doyle QC (Hanson Chambers)   (Professional Skills, 1.25 points)   Registration essential due to ongoing COVID-19 restrictions.  In-person or Zoom attendance available.

CPD Session – 6 May 2021

The Legal Profession Conduct Commissioner and the Handling of Complaints of Inappropriate Personal Conduct in the Legal Profession   Presenter: Greg May (Legal Profession Conduct Commissioner)   (Bullying, Discrimination and Harassment, 1.25 points)   Registration essential due to COVID-19 restrictions.  In-person or Zoom attendance available.

CPD Session – 9 March 2021

The Reflective Loss Principle in light of the UK Supreme Court’s decision in Sevilleja v Marex Financial Ltd [2020] UKSC 31   Presenter: Tim Kentish (Murray Chambers)   (Professional Skills, 1.25 points)   Registration essential due to COVID-19 restrictions.  In-person or Zoom attendance available.

Bar Readers’ Course 2021

An Information Night for persons interested in joining the independent referral Bar in South Australia and undertaking the Bar Readers’ Course will be held on Thursday 25 February 2021 at 5:30pm at Jeffcott Chambers (24 Flinders Street, Adelaide). All enquiries and expressions of interest will be treated confidentially. Please see the Bar Readers’ Course page for…