‘Welcome to the Law’ – Webinar 4: Performing on paper and in court – advocacy, court & tribunal etiquette



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Date(s) - 12/11/2020
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

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I’m a Lawyer! Now What?
FREE 4-part webinar program for junior lawyers

Please note this webinar series is focused to  law students and newly admitted solicitors (0-4 PAE) 

Webinar 4: Performing on paper and in court – advocacy, court & tribunal etiquette
Date: Thursday, 12 November 2020
Time: 1pm –  2 pm, proudly hosted by HFW Australia
Speakers: Panel discussion with The Hon Justice Jayne Jagot of the Federal Court of Australia; Sue Chrysanthou SC, 153 Phillip Barristers; and Stephanie Lambert, Partner at HFW.

Classic dos and don’ts of Court and Tribunal etiquette, whether this be in-person, video link or via phone, from the people that have seen it all. Come and learn the accepted Court and Tribunal etiquette, practice and procedure. War stories will be told from both sides of the bench to help you avoid becoming the next war story!

Justice Jagot worked as a solicitor with Mallesons Stephen Jaques from 1992 to 2002, specialising in planning and environmental law. She was promoted to partner in 1997, but left the firm when she was admitted to the bar in 2002, after which she developed a highly successful practice as a barrister. She was subsequently appointed as a Judge of the New South Wales Land and Environment Court in 2006. She also served as an acting judge of the Equity Division of the Supreme Court of New South Wales for a period. She was appointed as a Judge of the Federal Court of Australia on 3 September 2008.

 

Sue Chrysanthou SC, 153 Phillip Barristers. Previously a tipstaff at the Supreme Court of New South Wales and a part-time lecturer at UTS, Sue still lectures at the LPAB since coming to the bar. Sue has been in a number of publicised defamation and intellectual property matters acting both for plaintiffs and defendants. Sue was called to the Bar in 2004 and was recently appointed Senior Counsel in September 2020.

 

Stephanie Lambert, Partner at HFW. Stephanie is the youngest female partner at HFW Australia and the youngest partner in HFW’s team of 16 real estate lawyers. She has received media coverage due to her considerable success after making partner at the age of 35 while on maternity leave. Stephanie’s practice focuses on major projects which cross a number of industry sectors with a particular focus on mixed use developments, title and land structuring arrangements, foreign investment and project financing. Stephanie serves on the WLANSW Executive Committee & has been the driving force behind the Welcome to the Law 2020 program.

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