Other conferences and events
Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, it is likely that conference/event details will change. It is advised that you check with conference/event hosts to confirm details prior to making any plans. Unless an event is specifically hosted by the Law Society NT, the accuracy of the information below cannot be guaranteed.
NT Anti-Discrimination Commission Darwin and Alice Springs Training 2020
We’re excited to announce two sets of Anti-Discrimination Commission training, face to face with our new trainer, Anika Freiling.
She will be kicking off with public training in Darwin in the week of 9 – 13 November and then venturing down to Alice Springs for the week of 7 – 11 December.
So if you’ve got Zoom-fatigue and you want to train live with a real person and an interactive course, register now! All training will comply with COVID19 physical distancing requirements, so in some cases numbers may be restricted by the size of the available room.
These two sets of training will include, for the first time in each city, our new Trans and Gender Diverse People module. So if you’re interested in providing great customer service, diversity and inclusion in your workplace, or just want to learn about changing language and being respectful, come along.
There’s a flyer for each city attached, with all the dates, venues and costs. There’s also a registration form, so you can nominate one or more of your people for any of the courses.
Darwin - Training Calendar November 2020 Alice Springs - Training Calendar December 2020 Public Training Registration Cancellation Policy 2020
AWL National Conference 2020 Vision – In Focus (Webinar)
Australian Women Lawyers cordially invite you to attend their National Conference “2020 Vision - In Focus” Webinar.
About this Event
The 9th AWL National Conference will be the first of it's kind, held online for the first time due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Designed for all those in the Australian legal sector who support the contribution and advancement of women.
Delegates will have the opportunity to hear from a range of high-profile and influential speakers, including keynote speakers Nyadol Nyuon and the Hon. Diana Bryant AO QC.
Confirmed speakers include Sex Discrimination Commissioner Kate Jenkins, Mariam Veisadeh, Anna Brown OAM, Natalie Wade, Noor Blumer, Jill Prior, and Pauline Wright.
With more speakers to be announced soon.
Date & Time:
Friday, 28 august 2020
12:00 - 12:05pm: Welcome by the AWL President Adrienne Morton
12:05 - 12:35pm: Keynote Speaker (Nyadol Nyuon)
12:35 - 1:05pm: BREAK
1:05 - 1:35pm: Vision for a Better Future – Intersectional Law Reform
1:35 – 2:05pm: LUNCH BREAK
2:05 – 2:45pm: Clear Vision – Women in the Criminal Justice System
2:45 - 3:05pm: BREAK
3:05 - 3:35pm: Career Vision – Seizing the Opportunities Now Available
3:35 - 4:05pm: BREAK
4:05 - 4:55pm: Vision in Action – Sexual Harassment Law Reform
4.55 - 5.15pm: Concluding Remarks: The Hon. Diana Bryant AO QC.
**Times in AEST.
Online Event Details
The event will be held online via Zoom, with login details to be sent out via email closer to the date.
We look forward to seeing you online!
Indigenous Incarceration and the NT - 18 August 2020
Progress since the Royal Commission into the Detention and Protection of Children in the NT ONLINE ZOOM WEBINAR The Law Council presents a panel discussion with renowned advocates Mick Gooda, Olga Havnen and David Woodroffe, moderated by Law Council President, Pauline Wright. Nearly four years since the Royal Commission into the Detention and Protection of Children in the Northern Territory, legal and policy experts examine the overincarceration of First Nations people in Australia’s criminal justice system and the opportunities for reform.Featuring eminent speakers Mick Gooda, Olga Havnen and David Woodroffe. Tuesday 18 August 2020 5.00 pm - 6.00 pm AEST This is an open event. Click here for more information and how to register to place.
Alternative Dispute Resolution in the New Normal - 18 August 2020
The Steady Rise of Arbitration and Mediation LawAsia complimentary webinar Tuesday 18 August 2020 18.00-19.00 AEST Click here for more information and to register. LawAsia together with the UIA are proud to present details of our upcoming collaboration: Alternative Dispute Resolution in the New Normal – The Steady Rise of Arbitration and Mediation. We warmly invite our members and friends to register for this unique event, and join us as we explore pertinent issues arising in ADR from a multi-jurisdictional legal perspective. As the world emerges from the COVID pandemic and adjusts to the altered legal landscape that will follow, many have suggested that arbitration and mediation will continue to rise to the forefront. Even before the crisis, jurisdictions worldwide have seen increased acceptance of international arbitration to resolve cross-border disputes as well as broader interest in international mediation. The recent signing of the Singapore Mediation Convention augurs still greater reliance on mediation in large part because it promises to facilitate enforcement of resulting settlement agreements. In light of the realities of the post-COVID legal world, the flexibility and adaptability of the arbitration and mediation processes suggest that both may reach new heights if their advocates and practitioners know how to adapt to the 'new normal'.
NT Anti-Discrimination Commission Alice Springs Training 24-28 August 2020
We’re finally coming to Alice Springs in person! We’re offering face to face public training in the week of 24 – 28 August in the Stuart Room, Alice Plaza. You could also be among the first in the Territory to attend our new training course, Trans and Gender Diverse People. It’s being offered for the first time on Friday afternoon, 28 August, from 12.30 pm to 4.00 pm. Check out the attached flyer for the course outline. It also contains the dates, times and venue for all the other courses on offer in that week. Register by 19 August to join Sujay for one of our interactive, informative courses. Places will be limited to comply with physical distancing requirements. Training Calendar - August 2020 Public Training Registration Cancellation Policy
Mongolia 33rd LawAsia Conference - 7-10 September 2020
- 7-10 September 2020
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NT Anti-Discrimination Commission Training - Sept to Oct 2020
We’re pleased to announce that we’re planning face-to-face training for our next public training in Darwin, in the week of 28 September to 2 October 2020. It’s later than we had hoped, because we needed to book a room big enough for the 1.5 metre physical distancing. Of course if there are any changes to physical distancing or other COVID-19 restrictions, we will need to revise our plans. So while we’re hoping to offer 20 places per course, if we need to reduce the number of people in a given course, priority will be given to those who registered first. We’re also really excited to announce that for the first time, we’re offering our new “Trans and Gender Diverse People” workshop as a public course. See the below flyer for information about the course content. We’re happy to take your registration as soon as you’re ready to send it through, but please make sure we get it by 18 September. If you’re looking for training in other centres, we’re in the process of finalising room bookings. As soon as we have firm dates, we’ll let you know. Remember that we also offer each of these courses as a customised workshop at your premises for a more economical way to train larger groups. Training Calendar Training Registration Cancellation Policy
Canberra Public Law and Inequality - 8-9 December 2020
- 8-9 December 2020
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Start at the Top Family Law Conference - 22-23 January 2021
- 22-23 January 2021
- Hosted by Law Society NT - Save the date - details TBA
Environmental Law in the Pacific - 23-24 April 2021
23-24 October 2020
- Postponed until 23-24 April 2021
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