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November 2018

2019 Regional Conference Series

Monday, November 26 2018, Various

Registrations are now open for the New South Wales Bar Association Regional CPD Conferences.

The 2019 CPD Conferences have been confirmed for the following dates and locations. For more details about each venue, speakers and the costs involved please click HERE

- Saturday, 23 February 2019 - Newcastle
- Saturday, 2 March 2019 - North Coast Ballina
- Saturday, 9 March 2019 – Orange
- Saturday, 23 March 2019 - Parramatta
- Saturday, 30 March 2019 – Sydney

The conferences are run by registration only and places in each conference are strictly limited. To register and pay to secure your place, please click on any of the “Register Now” buttons located on the dedicated 2019 Regional Conference Series website.

Further program details will be made available over the coming weeks.

For any questions about CPD requirements, conferences or the general CPD program, please contact the Professional Development Department on 02 9232 4919 or via e-mail cpd@nswbar.asn.au

December 2018

The Time is Ripe: The Case for both a Federal and New South Wales Human Rights Act

Tuesday, December 04 2018, Woodstock Room, Gilbert & Tobin, Level 35, Tower Two, International Towers Sydney, 200 Barangaroo Avenue, Barangaroo

On 10 December 1948 the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly.

To celebrate the 70th Anniversary of the UDHR, the NSW Bar Association, in collaboration with the NSW Law Society, Australian Lawyers for Human Rights and Human Rights Law Centre, invite you to this special CPD event hosted by Gilbert + Tobin.

The seminar will focus on the case for the introduction of both a Federal and New South Wales Human Rights Act, and aims to bring barristers and other lawyers together to encourage dialogue and increase the momentum for this legislation. Learn more here.


This seminar has been organised by the Human Rights Committee of the NSW Bar Association in conjunction with the NSW Law Society, Australian Lawyers for Human Rights, Human Rights Law Centre and Gilbert + Tobin