John Emerson Oration 2021
Is the tax regime for charities and not-for-profits fit for purpose?
30 November 2021
The Charities and Not-For-Profit Committee of the Legal Practice Section of the Law Council of Australia is set to host the second John Emerson AM Oration in Melbourne on 30 November 2021, and will be live-streamed.
The Oration will be delivered by Professor Ann O’Connell (Melbourne Law School and Senior Member, Administrative Appeals Tribunal) and chaired by Seak-King Huang, Chair of the Charities and Not-for-Profit Committee
, of the Legal Practice Section
The John Emerson Oration is in honour of John Emerson AM. While John has now retired from Herbert Smith Freehills, where he was a partner for almost four decades, he remains recognised as an expert in the tax laws applicable to charities in Australia. John was also a member of the Board of Taxation and a number of other legal and public sector committees. He was a key contributor to the reform of laws which led to the establishment of the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission. John is a Member of the Order of Australia for services to law and to the community, particularly through the provision of advice to charities and not-for-profit organisations and the development of public administration reform to encourage philanthropy in Australia.
Professor Ann O'Connell
|Standard Ticket (Online only)||Free|
Registration is free, however tickets are limited. Registration closes 29 November 2021.
When: 30 November 2021
Time: 5:30pm - 7.00pm
Where: Melbourne Law School, 185 Pelham St, Carlton VIC 3053
As of 5 November 2021, it will be a requirement that all visitors to the University of Melbourne campuses must be fully COVID vaccinated. More detailed information is available here, but the relevant section is included below:
As a visitor on campus, what evidence will be required for proof of having received the COVID-19 vaccine or an exemption?
Visitors to campus may be asked to provide proof of vaccination prior to entry of University spaces, buildings or in order to participate in activities on campus. They should always carry evidence of their vaccination information, to confirm their eligibility to be on site if asked. Evidence can include:
- Immunisation history statement available from Medicare
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- Proof of age or document or proof of relevant medical exemption
- Vaccination certificate in Service Victoria or Medicare smartphone app
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