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LIV Administrative & Migration Law Symposium 2020 VIDEO BUNDLE

LIV Administrative & Migration Law Symposium 2020 VIDEO BUNDLE

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CPD Units 2.5
  • Ethics & Professional Responsibility
  • Professional Skills
  • Practice Management & Business Skills
  • Substantive Law
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Recorded: Wednesday 26 February 2020

The Administrative & Migration Law Symposium is designed to enhance your knowledge and skills to successfully navigate the practice of these areas of law in 2020 and beyond. Receive up-to-date information on how to make successful FOI requests, practical guidance on dealing with self-represented litigants and essential insights on privacy issues in the digital age.

The symposium features topics of relevance to both administrative and migration law practitioners, as well as breakout sessions for more focused learning in each practice area. 

Topics covered include:

How to make a valid request under the Victorian and Commonwealth Freedom of Information Acts
How to maximise chances of accessing documents sought when dealing with agencies
Recent Court, VCAT and AAT decisions on approaches to be taken by agencies in handling FOI requests
Duties of court in dealing with self-represented litigants
Tips, traps and challenges when dealing with self-represented litigants
Materiality, unreasonableness and other trends in judicial review
Privacy and information issues in the digital age

Practice Tips for FOI Requests VIDEO - Run time: 41:57
Privacy and Information Issues in the Digital Age - Run Time: 52:10
Ethics in Practice - Run Time: 49:56

Further Details

  • Presenters

    Elena Arduca, Senior Executive Lawyer, AGS
    Michael Dolan, Special Counsel, Ethics and Professional Practice, Law Institute of Victoria