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State of Family Law Conference

24 February @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm AEDT

Free
State Of Family Law Conference

State of Family Law Conference
Navigating the FCFCOA Merger

https://www.smokeball.com.au/event/2022-state-of-family-law-conference

Are you having trouble navigating the newly merged Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia?

The recent merger of the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia has promised to deliver justice more effectively, efficiently and inexpensively.

While the merger – in theory – is designed to address long-standing issues in the family law system, it also represents one of the most significant changes in Australian family law since 1975.

So, what does the merger mean for practising family lawyers?

To help navigate the steep learning curve that family lawyers face, Smokeball Australia and FamilyProperty are proud to deliver the State of Family Law Conference – Navigating the FCFCOA Merger.

Join us at this free conference as we bring together leaders in family law to explore the key changes that have arisen from the FCFCOA merger and identify practical solutions for family law firms seeking to navigate this unfamiliar territory.

Each attendee will receive CPD points for attending the conference.

Details

Date:
24 February
Time:
12:00 pm - 3:00 pm AEDT
Cost:
Free
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Location

Hilton Sydney
488 George Street
Sydney, NSW 2000 Australia
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Phone:
02 9266 2000
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