Law Council Not for Profit Legal Practice and Charities Committee Inaugural

John Emerson AM Oration

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3 June 2019

The Legal Practice Section invites you to attend the Notfor- Profit Legal Practice and Charities Committee Inaugural John Emerson AM Oration in Melbourne, 7 August 2019.

The Oration will be delivered by Robert Fitzgerald AM and chaired by Jennifer Batrouney QC, Chair of the Law Council's Not-for-Profit and Legal Practice and Charities Committee.

Robert, a lawyer, has experience in public, private and non-profits sectors. He was a Commissioner on the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, a Productivity Commissioner since 2004 and inaugural Chair of the ACNC Advisory Board. He is a Patron of Justice Connect.

Date: 7 August 2019

Time: 5 pm to 6 pm

Federal Court of Australia, Court 1,
305 William Street, Melbourne

Travis Kotzur
Section Administrator
T: 02 6246 3722

Please note, even though the event is free, registration is essential. Please select the ticket corresponding with the location you wish to attend. Limited tickets available.

Video conferencing will be available for this event and will be broadcast to interstate Federal Court registries, provided there are sufficient registrations. Should there not be any registrations received for a location, that location will not be connecting to the Oration.

LocationCourt roomTime
Sydney18A5:00 pm
Law Courts Building Queens Square, Sydney
Perth43:00 pm
Peter Durack Commonwealth Law Courts Building, 1 Victoria Avenue, Perth
Canberra15:00 pm
Nigel Bowen Commonwealth Law Courts Building, University Ave & Childers Street, Canberra
Brisbane65:00 pm
Harry Gibbs Commonwealth Law Courts Building, 119 North Quay, Brisbane
Supreme Court Building State Square, Darwin
Adelaide34:30 pm
Roma Mitchell Commonwealth, Law Courts Building, 3 Angas St, Adelaide
Hobart15:00 pm
Edward Braddon, Commonwealth Law courts Building, 39-41 Davey Street, Hobart