Dr Craig Hassed, Mindfulness Coordinator, Monash University, Department of General Practice
Dr Hassed works at the Department of General Practice and is coordinator of mindfulness programs at Monash University. His teaching, research and clinical interests include mindfulness-based stress management, mind-body medicine, meditation, health promotion, integrative medicine and medical ethics. Dr Hassed was the founding president of the Australian Teachers of Meditation Association and is a regular media commentator. He writes regularly for medical journals and has published 11 books. He also featured in the documentary, The Connection.
Matthew Rose, Risk Manager, Legal Practitioner's Liability Committee
Matthew is a Risk Manager with LPLC, which is the professional indemnity insurer to Victorian legal practices and the insurer to many national law firms. He joined LPLC in 2010 after working in risk management roles with the London offices of global law firms Clifford Chance and Mayer Brown. Previously, he practised as a senior associate in Minter Ellison’s commercial litigation group.
Michael Dolan, Senior Ethics Solicitor, Law Institute of Victoria
Michael has gained extensive experience as a country and city solicitor, as well as in-house counsel for both a major statutory corporation in Victoria and an Australian electricity supply industry association. Michael provides advice to solicitors on ethics issues and supports the work of the LIV Ethics Committee.