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Video: LIV CPD 2020 – Family Law – Year in Review

Video: LIV CPD 2020 – Family Law – Year in Review

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CPD Units 1.5
  • Ethics & Professional Responsibility
  • Substantive Law
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Recorded: 25 November 2020 | Run Time: 1:21:42

This video unpacks key decisions from 2020.

Further Details

  • Further Details

    The video unpacks the key decisions from 2020, covering the following:

    • Salvage & Foss [2020] FLC 93-966
    • Handbury & State Central Authority & Anor [2020] FLC 93-937
    • Pearson & Romilly [2020] FLC 93-959
    • Renahan & Svitah [2020] FLC 93-964
    • Charisteas & Charisteas and Ors [2020] FLC 93-971
    • Hsiao v Fazarri
  • Presenters

    Presenter: Minal Vohra SC, Victorian Bar

    Minal has been at the Victorian Bar since 1997. She practices exclusively in family law. Minal graduated from the University of Melbourne with a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) and a Bachelor of Law. She has also obtained a Masters of Law from Monash University. Minal has been the Victorian Bar representative on the Family Law Section Executive of the Law Council of Australia since 2007. She is the co-editor of Australian Family Lawyer. Minal is an accredited arbitrator. She is also an advocacy trainer for the Australian Advocacy Institute. Minal is a conciliator for the Victorian Bar. In 2019 Minal was elected to serve on the Victorian Bar Council and is a member of its CPD Committee, Counsel Committee and the Equality and Diversity Working Group.

    Presenter: Martin Bartfeld AM QC, Victorian Bar

    Martin graduated from Monash University with a BJuris LLB in 1973. He was admitted to practice in Victoria in 1974 and commenced as a solicitor in Hawthorn in 1975 until signing the Roll of Counsel in 1986. He was admitted to practise as a barrister in New South Wales in 1987. He was appointed as a Queen's Counsel in Victoria in 1998. He practises in family law and domestic relationships matters in the Family Law Courts and in the Supreme Courts of the states and territories. He frequently presents papers at seminars and conferences and has written on issues relating to family law in professional journals. He was the chairman of the Family Law Section of the Law Institute of Victoria from 1983 to 1985. He is a member of the Editorial Board of the Australia Journal of Family Law. He was a member of the executive of the Family Law Section of the Law Council of Australia between 2000 and 2012. He was chairman of the Section in 2005.

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