7th National Access to Justice and Pro Bono Conference 2019
Access to Justice: Building Bridges, Breaking Barriers
Presented by the Law Council of Australia and the Australian Pro Bono Centre, the 7th National Access to Justice & Pro Bono Conference will be held in Canberra on 13-15 March 2019.
Join legal professionals, judges, government law officers, academics and students from across Australia and overseas to discuss critical and current access to justice issues facing Australians.
High calibre speakers from Australia and abroad will bring a range of perspectives on access to justice and pro bono matters.
Held over two days, the program aims to create a dialogue about the various challenges and opportunities in enhancing access to legal services and pro bono work.
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Standard prices close 8 March 2019.
|Student 2 Day||$225.00|
|Dinner**||$90.00 (with beverages at own cost)|
Purchase tickets here.
Confirmed speakers and chairs for this event are not required to register.
*Concession tickets are available to staff of Legal Aid Commissions, Community Legal Centres, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Services and other Not-for-profit organisations.
**Please note that Conference Dinner tickets are not included in the price of the Conference tickets and must be purchased separately.
The purchase of any ticket entitles you to attend the Welcome Drinks event free of charge.
A full refund will be provided where written notification (by email) is received at least 7 days prior to the event. Refunds are not provided for any cancellation received after this time or for non-attendance on the day. Substitutions may be made at any time.
Hotel Realm is offering delegates a 15% discount on bookings during the conference. Read here for more information.
If you are interested in sponsoring this conference, you can read the sponsorship prospectus here.
Program (subject to confirmation)
You can view the draft program here.
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