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Law Institute advocacy
Record ID:
23124
Format:
LIJ Article
Year:
2003
Author:
Conroy, Paul ;
Source:
LIJ (2003) 77 No 5
Date_of_entry:
19/05/2003
Legislation:
Retail Leases Act 2003 (Vic)
Notes:
A regular column on advocacy which is to represent the interests of members and the wider community, for which the Law Institute actively seeks to influence policy and legislation through lobbying and submissions to government, the courts and other bodies. The column has a LIV and the media column, which lists all instances of note in the media for the preceeding months > Some entries in this months column include:- ; Meeting with the Premier - President, CEO and Vice President discuss with Premier issues of the day which effect LIV members and the legal profession ; Queen's Attorney - ; International Commercial Arbitration - Proposal for Melbourne being the Centre International Commercial Arbitration ; Meeting with Chief Justice - President & Vice President - discussion with Chief Justice Nicholson re the Family Court - Court delays and new rules were discussed ; Victorian Government round table - Technical services ; Government legal services forum - forum on 27 March 2003 - provision of legal services to government ; ILSAC conference -President spoke at the International legal Services Advisory Committee conference in Sydney ; Proposed Retail Leases Laws ; Victoria Law Foundation meeting - President and Council members met with VLF - discuss a number initiatives including a project to provide legal information to local libraries electronically ; Tianjin delegation - The president met with a judicial delegation from China - judicial training ; Training for Sunraysia lawyers - President and CEO attended a CLE workshop in Mildura ; Western District annual general meeting
Section:
LIV Advocacy
Month:
May


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