Hear from Law Council President, Arthur Moses SC, on the fallout from the ‘Lawyer X’ case, the importance of client legal privilege and maintaining trust in the legal profession.
|Venue:||Law Society Northern Territory, Level 3, 9 Cavenagh Street, Darwin|
|Cost:||$99.00 incl. GST|
|Level:||Suitable for all levels of legal practice|
This session will explore practical lessons for practitioners following the Lawyer X case and Victorian Royal Commission. Mr Moses will discuss the critical decision in AB v CD; EF c CD HCA 58, including the importance of client legal privilege and ethical engagement with law enforcement.
Presenter: Arthur Moses SC, President of the Law Council of Australia
Arthur Moses SC is the President of the Law Council of Australia and has been practising at the NSW Bar for more than 25 years. His practice includes administrative law, coronial inquests, corruption inquiries, proceeds of crime litigation, work health and safety prosecutions, employment and industrial law, discrimination, restraints of trade, commercial and equity cases. Mr Moses has appeared in numerous high profile corruption investigations, advised and appeared for the NSW Crime Commission and for a former NSW Police Minister in the ICAC inquiry into political donations. He appeared for Senior Crown Prosecutor Margaret Cunneen in her successful challenge in the NSW Court of Appeal to the powers of ICAC and was part of her legal team in the High Court. Mr Moses regularly appears for the Commissioner of the Australian Federal Police in proceeds of crime matters and is a squadron leader in the Royal Australian Air Force Specialist Reserve.
Earn 1 CPD Point in Professional ethics and responsibilities (CA)