The relevance of the ‘Hayne Report’ for the legal profession is the subject of the first of the Australian Academy of Law’s events in Sydney for 2019.
On Monday 25 March 2019, an impressive panel comprising those from law, ethics and academia will look for the legal lessons to be learned from the Report – Professor Dimity Kingsford-Smith (UNSW), Phillip Boulten (former President of the NSW Bar Association), Dr Simon Longstaff (St James Ethics Centre), and Michelle Levy (Allens).
The law necessarily features strongly in the Report, and in the legal processes that are recommended to regulate the conduct of participants in the financial services industry in the future.
The event will be chaired by Emeritus Professor Rosalind Croucher, chair of the Australian Human Rights Commission, who will encourage audience participation in the session.
The Academy welcomes all who are interested in the Report and its impact
|DATE:||Monday 25 March 2019|
|TIME:||5:00pm – 6:30pm|
|PLACE:||Court Room 1, Level 21, Law Courts Building, Queen’s Square, Sydney|
Register for this event at www.academyoflaw.org.au/events by 20 March 2019. A $25 charge may be imposed. Refreshments are provided after the event.