ENGAGING CHINA: Reflections on lessons from four decades of legal and professional engagement with China
The Queensland Branch has invited Mark Day to speak on his observations on the differences in legal practice from his 40 years of legal and professional engagement with China. Our free knowledge session will be held at Level Twenty Seven Chambers on Thursday 7 September 2017 at 6pm (for a 6:30pm start).
The session will cover:
The AALA and the Women Barristers Association are proud to host a panel of esteemed speakers to speak on their experiences of diversity in the law.
Our speakers Judicial Registrar Tran of the County Court; Tuan Van Le, Executive Director, Dispute Resolution at the ATO and Rochelle Castro, Principal at RC & CO Lawyers will share their experiences of diversity in the law and provide their insight as to how best to improve diversity in our profession.
This is a unique opportunity to hear from the leaders in our profession and forms part of Herbert Smith Freehill's Diversity Week.
The event is open to AALA and WBA members. We are also pleased to invite members to register non-member guests to attend this free event.
The event will be followed by networking and drinks.
Click here to register http://aala.org.au/event-2631205
AALA members are encouraged to register and attend an event being held by the Australian Human Rights Commission 'Cultural Diversity in the Professions' this Thursday 10 August 2017 at Corrs Chambers Westgarth.
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Frank H. Wu, author, law professor, former law school dean, and head of the prestigious non-profit Chinese American membership organisation the Committee of 100, has written widely about reform of legal education and disruption within the profession.
The AALA, Women Lawyers Association of NSW and Victorian Women Lawyers are proud to welcome the Distinguished Professor Wu to Sydney and Melbourne where, in two special presentations hosted by King & Wood Mallesons, he will:
Sydney: Wednesday, 16 August 2017, 5.45pm for 6.00pm start
Melbourne: Friday, 18 August 2017, 12.45pm for 1.00pm start
Sydney: King & Wood Mallesons, Lvl 61, Governor Phillip Tower, 1 Farrer Pl, SydneyMelbourne: King & Wood Mallesons, Lvl 50, Bourke Place, 600 Bourke St, Melbourne
RegistrationFree to attend for AALA, VWL members and invited guests only; please RSVP below.
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Join us for an informative and exciting session hosted by Charmaine Tsang, Partner at Lavan Legal, with Professor Frank H. Wu and Julian Sher presenting their personal and professional insight into multiculturalism, assimilation and equal opportunity. This is an event not to be missed and there will be drinks and networking after.
FRANK H. WU, author, law professor, former law school dean, and head of the prestigious non-profit Chinese American membership organisation the Committee of 100, has written widely about reform of legal education and disruption within the profession.
JULIAN SHER brings with him a wealth of experience to his present role as the inaugural Director of Professional Programs at Curtin University, where he is responsible for creating strong interactions between the law school and all levels of the profession as well as the judiciary. Julian is also a former Partner and Partner in Charge of Corrs Chambers Westgarth’s Perth office.
Free to attend for AALA members and invited guests only; RSVP below by 14 August 2017.
The AALA is pleased to see a number of Asian Australian Lawyers make the list of finalists for the Lawyers Weekly Australian Law Awards 2017 across a broad range of categories.
Among the finalists, AALA Vice President William Lye OAM is one of four finalists for Barrister of the Year. We congratulate William on his nomination and wish him the best in the finals.
The Asian Australian Lawyers Association, in partnership with the University of Melbourne, is proud to be present: The Asian Experience in America and What it Means for Australia presented by Distinguished Professor of Law at University of California Hastings, Frank H Wu.
Prof.Wu, author, law professor, former law school dean, and head of a prestigious non-profit Chinese American membership organization, will discuss Asian immigration to the United States over 150 years. Using historical examples, social science, personal stories, and humour, he will explain how Asian Americans have achieved success and continue to fight for equal opportunity.
He will consider both models of assimilation and multiculturalism. His presentation will explain race relations in America and offer comparisons to Australia.
He will also engage in dialogue about how democracy and diversity can work together as ideals.
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Hellenic Australian Lawyers Association is hosting the Inaugural Victorian HAL Oration at the Monash University Law Chambers, 555 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne on Friday 4 August 2017. The Honourable Geoffrey Nettle, Justice of the High Court of Australia, will deliver the Oration on the topic of “Some Hellenic Contributions to the Law”.
AALA members are warmly invited to attend. To register for this event, please visit: https://www.trybooking.com/291928
For more information contact Andrew K Panna QC at email@example.com or call (03) 9225 7643 or Elefteria (Teri) Konstantinou firstname.lastname@example.org or call 9225 8794
The AALA was formed in 2013 to promote cultural diversity in the legal profession. The AALA also provides education, mentoring and networking. The Western Australia branch of the AALA will be officially launched on Wednesday 5th July 2017 between 12.30pm to 2.30pm at the Pan Pacific Hotel in Perth. For more information, please contact Peter Le at email@example.com
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