Call for auditions: Australian premiere of "Maple & Vine" at the MTC's Lawler Theatre by BottledSnail Productions.
BottledSnail calls for auditions for a stunning new production at MTC and launches the second term of its incredible choral group Habeas Chorus.
To find out more or sign up, visit: http://eepurl.com/bsNSg5
Collect audition pack : https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8G2eT9nWt4aVlFNLUxpNnZiUnQ1VFlZZEQ3Qzd5RGllUEFn/view?usp=sharing
Please find below information on upcoming LIV Young Lawyer initiatives:
Ideas for Careers – Seminar Series – July – September, Dates as belowIdeas for Careers is a new seminar series designed to assist law students put their learning into context. seminars will also benefit Graduate members and New Solicitor members that are looking to change practice areas or determine what type of career they can have in their current area. By the end of the seminars you will gain a better understanding of what it takes to practise in each area and have the opportunity to listen to the panel, which consists of three professionals at various stages of their careers.
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Later Lawyers Networking Evening - Later lawyers and mature-age lawyers are invited to join fellow Later Lawyers at this event to cultivate professional contacts and hear personal anecdotes from practitioners at a like stage in their career. The evening is also an opportunity to receive advice on self-marketing, effective networking, making your resume stand-out, and capitalizing on previously acquired skills. The evening’s guest speaker is Katherine Sampson, Managing Director at Mahlab Recruitment.
Young Lawyers Trivia Night- , 5.30-9:00pm
Come along to one of the Young Lawyers most enjoyable nights of the year, The Young Lawyers Trivia Night! Not only is this one of the most social and entertaining events on the YLS calendar but it also raises awareness and funds for a worthy cause through our charity prize raffle. There are some amazing prizes up for grabs, with all proceeds raised by the raffle going to the Wellbeing And The Law (WATL) Foundation. So put on your thinking caps, get your friends together and register now! Tables of 8. Early bird tickets close soon.
Write for the Young Lawyers Journal (YLJ)
YLS members are invited to submit contributions for the November 2015 edition of the Young Lawyers Journal (YLJ). This edition will focus on social justice, in particular the importance of access to justice and how the law helps protect vulnerable persons. For further information please download the following:Final contributions/articles must be submitted along with a completed Submission Form no later than COB . If you would like further information about joining the Editorial Committee or contributing to the YLJ, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Justice Committee of Victorian Women Lawyers is hosting a panel discussion on the effectiveness of Intervention Orders in the fight against Family Violence and would like to invite you to this event:
‘USE AND ABUSE: The Effectiveness of Intervention Orders in the Fight Against Family Violence’
Date: Time: for registration and light snacks, start for presentations, followed by Q&A Panel Discussion
Venue: Maurice Blackburn, Level 10, 456 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne 3000
Cost: $5 members and $10 non-members. All money raised at the event will be donated to Women’s Legal Service Victoria
Please join us for a panel discussion on the effectiveness of Intervention Orders in the fight against Family Violence.
Our panelists come from a range of backgrounds and will be sharing their experiences with intervention orders, the role that they play in their respective practices and the possible areas of reform.
In 2015, the VWL Justice Committee is focusing on Family Violence. Our panel discussion marks the second in a series of events which will focus on Family Violence and give it the attention it deserves.
We are honored to be joined by the following panelists:
· Deputy Chief Magistrate Felicity Broughton;
· Dr. Rachel MacKenzie (Senior clinical psychologist);
· Antoinette Braybrook (CEO of the Aboriginal Family Violence Prevention and Legal Service); and
· Katriona Karnova (Detective Senior Sergeant - Policy and Projects. Family Violence Command │Victoria Police)
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER: https://vwl.asn.au/index.php?page=events
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