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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.

Corp Workplace Solutions: April - October 2021

CORP is a leading Northern Territory provider of workplace solutions. We are unique. Our work is underpinned by expertise in human behaviour and an understanding of current and emerging workplace issues. Our services and practice are informed by the knowledge we gain through connection with our extensive networks, our historical understanding of the region, and our connection with Employee Assistance Services Australia (EASA).

We believe ‘people are our greatest resource’ and we work with our clients to enable them to lead, develop and support their people and their organisations to be the best they can be.

CORP offers a range of workforce solutions for government, private and not for profit businesses. All CORP workshops can be customised and/or delivered for organisations onsite.

To view all workshops please visit the Corp Workplace Solutions Eventbrite page.

Golden Gavel: 6 August 2021 - Darwin

Friday, 6 August 2021 at 5.45 pm

Please click attending to register your interest and keep updated:

Further details to come.

If you think you have the wit to take out the gavel or have any queries, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Nick Salagaras on 08 9482 7989.

Larrakia Legal History and Cultural Tour: 10 August 2021 - Darwin

18th Biennial Bali Conference: 10-13 August 2021 - Darwin

Criminal Lawyers Association of the Northern Territory (CLANT)

Dear friends and members,

The biennial Bali Conference will be held in Darwin, commencing with a cocktail party on the evening of Tuesday 10 August and culminating in our Gala dinner on Friday 13 August 2021.

The conference theme is:

‘I Can’t Believe It’s not Bali – Lock Downs and Lock Ups’

The 2021 CLANT conference coincides with both a global pandemic that has seen am immediate reimagining around the practice and procedures of criminal law both home and abroad; and importantly it also coincides with the 30th anniversary of the final report of the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Death’s in Custody. It took about30 days for the pandemic to create real change in the processes surrounding the manner we practice criminal law, yet in 30 years we have seen little change or meaningful improvement in access to justice for First Nations people. This conference looks to focus on what we can do to improve the criminal justice system, starting by looking in our own backyard.

CLANT is in the process of finalising our conference programme, however as a teaser are excited to confirm that our keynote speaker is Phillip Boulten SC.

We are also delighted to have Acting Justice Lex Lasry AM QC presenting at this year’s conference.

We have papers from a variety of presenters from most of our nation’s criminal jurisdictions. Papers will cover issues including:

  • Public health responses to the COVID-19 pandemic in prisons
  • State intervention on the rights of the citizen
  • Policing homelessness in the NT
  • Developing laws around judge alone trials
  • Linguistics v Law: reconciling divergent approaches to section 85 of the National Uniform Evidence Act

Our conference has never been held in Darwin before and we look forward to welcoming practitioners, judicial officers and key stakeholders to our home. These conference dates coincide with the annual Darwin Festival and we anticipate many opportunities for learning as well as leisure and recreation. To register please follow the below link, however if you have any further questions or issues please contact Dee Berkely via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 0437 710 090 Registration inclusions Full conference program 2.5 days, morning and afternoon tea, lunch, admission to Cocktail Party and Gala Dinner, tee shirt, satchel, notebook, pen

Registration fees

  • Full Delegate: $1,200
  • Group: (10 or more delegates from the same organisation discount) $1,140
  • Judge's Associates, Paralegal, Law Students: $925
  • Accompanying Persons: (includes admission to Cocktail Party and Gala Dinner) $265

(Purchase individual tickets if bringing guests OTHER THAN Accompanying Persons)

  • Cocktail Party $120
  • Gala Dinner $155

I look forward to welcoming you all in Darwin in August.

Marty Aust, President
Criminal Lawyers Association of the Northern Territory

Ian Morris Memorial Golf Day, 17 August 2021 - Darwin


Start at the Top Family Law Conference, 24 & 25 January 2022 - Darwin


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