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Our free seminars are designed so that you learn from the best about key legal issues and topics relevant to NSW Government. Seminars are delivered by experts from within the CSO, and occasionally feature leading barristers or academics as guest speakers.
Solicitors can claim 1 CPD unit for each hour of attendance at seminars relevant to their practice needs or professional development.
2020 Seminar program
Administrative Law CPD Seminar
Wednesday, 23 September 2020
How to register
Email CSOSeminars@cso.nsw.gov.au with your full name and department/agency name. We will send you a link for the livestream closer to the event.
GIPA Act update
Kiri Mattes, Principal Solicitor
A review of recent cases relating to the
Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.
Privacy law update
Tram Nguyen, Senior Solicitor
An overview of the key developments in NSW privacy law in 2019-2020.
How reviewable is an exercise of the prerogative of mercy?
Dr Amanda Sapienza, Senior Solicitor
A discussion of recent approaches to this question taken by various Australian courts, examining to what extent the traditional position of non-reviewability still holds.
Black lives matter: protest and public health in the Supreme Court
Chris Frommer, Senior Solicitor
An analysis of the administrative law issues arising in recent Supreme Court litigation concerning the authorisation of public assemblies under the
Summary Offences Act 1988.
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