Postponed

Thought Leadership Series: Religion and reform

1.5 CPD units

Event Postponed

The Law Society is continuing to closely monitor the COVID-19 situation and, based on advice from government and health authorities, taking all required action to protect the health and wellbeing of members of the profession, Law Society staff, and anyone accessing our premises at 170 Phillip Street, SYDNEY NSW 2000.

As a precautionary measure, The Law Society has decided to temporarily suspend all Law Society events at 170 Phillip Street, effective immediately. Therefore, upcoming Thought Leadership Series: Religion and Reform event has been postponed.

This event will be rescheduled with the date to be advised. To stay up to date and receive more information about the Thought Leadership Series, please register your expression of interest below.

Thank you for your understanding.

Recent discussion about religious freedom and discrimination has ignited public interest like few other issues. At the heart of the debate is a significant law reform process which may change the legal landscape for many solicitors and their clients.

With more than 25,000 submissions made during three consultation exercises, there are divergent views on key aspects of the draft legislation.

Our first Thought Leadership panel for 2020 will explore the potential legal impacts of the proposed reforms and their effect on business, individuals and the wider community.

Don't miss an engaging evening of discussion as our expert panellists navigate this complex and sensitive issue.

Speaker

Edward Santow portrait

Commissioner Edward Santow | Read bio
Human Rights Commissioner
Australian Human Rights Commission

 

 

Facilitator

Professor G Williams portrait

Professor George Williams AO | Read bio
Dean, Anthony Mason Professor
Scientia Professor
UNSW