Other CPD Events

 

19-23 June Hobart Hobart Mediation Workshops – 5 day Workshop and Refresher
21 June Hobart (also video link to North and North West FLPA – An update on current RBF superannuation funds and changes following the merger of accumulation funds with Tas Plan 4.00pm – 5.00pm, (presented by Peter Wise of RBF). Cost – FLPA members, no charge; non-members $45.00. www.flpat.org
June Melbourne Lawyers Mediation Certificate
6 July Hobart – UTAS UTAS Lecture – Access to Justice for Children and People with Disabilities – Her Honour Patricia Lees
20 July Hobart FLPA – Stephen Bourke – Recent and Upcoming Superannuation Legislative Amendments for Superannuation, Campbell’s Case and the implications for Family Lawyers, 1.30pm – 4.30pm,  drinks and nibbles to follow the two hours of presentations.

Mr Bourke’s presentation will focus on: drafting orders; the recent decision of the Federal Court on Campbell’s case concerning a defined benefit superannuation trustee paying an invalidity pension; the recent amendments for superannuation; the introduction of the $1.6m transfer balance cap has implications for Family Lawyers; and amendments affecting Family Lawyers contained in the Treasury Laws Amendment (Fair and Sustainable Superannuation) Act 2016. Cost – FLPA members $50.00; non-members $100.00. RSVP with payment to Julia Higgins of Bishops (DX 70169, Launceston) by 18 July 2017

21 July Launceston video link to North West FLPA – Stephen Bourke – Recent and Upcoming Superannuation Legislative Amendments for Superannuation, Campbell’s Case and the implications for Family Lawyers, 2.30pm – 5.30pm, presented from Launceston with a video link to the north west, with drinks and nibbles to follow (in Launceston) the two hours of presentations (presented by Stephen Bourke of Super Splitting).

Mr Bourke’s presentation will focus on: drafting orders; the recent decision of the Federal Court on Campbell’s case concerning a defined benefit superannuation trustee paying an invalidity pension; the recent amendments for superannuation; the introduction of the $1.6m transfer balance cap has implications for Family Lawyers; and amendments affecting Family Lawyers contained in the Treasury Laws Amendment (Fair and Sustainable Superannuation) Act 2016. Cost – FLPA members $50.00; non-members $100.00. RSVP with payment to Julia Higgins of Bishops (DX 70169, Launceston) by 18 July 2017 www.flpat.org

11-15 August Italy Legal Eagles – Lake Como 2017 Criminal Law Conference
17-19 August Melbourne AFCC – Australian Chapter 4th Annual Conference
1 September Hobart Save the Date – Tasmanian branch of the Australian Insurance Law Association – General Insurance Masterclass, Workers Compensation Masterclass and Insurance Ball, Hadley’s Orient Hotel
20 September Hobart, Launceston with video link to North West FLPA – Relationships Australia – Services for practitioners and families – 4.00pm – 5.00pm, two (2) concurrent presentations, one from Hobart with no video link, and one from Launceston with a video link to the north west. Cost – FLPA members, no charge; non-members $45.00.
8-13 October Sydney Annual Conference of the International Bar Association 2017
10-15 October 2018 Byron Bay 16th International Criminal Law Congress – Conference Date Claimer
22 November Launceston (also via video link to Hobart and North West FLPA – Judge McGuire – Contravention Applications in the Federal Circuit Court of Australia – 22 November 2017, 4.00pm – 5.00pm presented from Launceston with a video link to Hobart and north west. Cost – FLPA members, no charge; non-members $45.00.   www.flpat.org
2-7 July 2018 London &
Dublin
ABA Conference 
24-25 January 2018 Northern Territory Start at the Top Family Law Conference 2018