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Video: LIV CPD 2020 - Without Prejudice Communication in Family Law Matters

Video: LIV CPD 2020 - Without Prejudice Communication in Family Law Matters

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CPD Units 1
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Recorded: 17 September 2020 | Run Time: 1:18:52

Barrister Minal Vohra SC uses case scenarios to highlight key issues and provides insights to avoid compromising the proceeding without further delay, uncertainty and cost. This video equips family law practitioners with a comprehensive understanding of protections and exceptions when the words ‘without prejudice’ are used as per sec 131 of the Cth Evidence Act (EA). 

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  • Further Details

    Barrister Minal Vohra SC uses case scenarios to highlight key issues and provides insights to avoid compromising the proceeding without further delay, uncertainty and cost. This video equips family law practitioners with a comprehensive understanding of protections and exceptions when the words ‘without prejudice’ are used as per sec 131 of the Cth Evidence Act (EA). Topics covered include:

    • When privilege may apply to without prejudice communications;
    • When the Court will look behind the privilege;
    • Without prejudice communications in parenting proceedings;
    • The Family Law Act and Rules and without prejudice communications.
  • Presenters

    Presenter: Minal Vohra SC, Victorian Bar

    Minal has been at the Victorian Bar since 1997. She practices exclusively in the Family Law jurisdiction. Minal graduated from the University of Melbourne as 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.

    Chair: Kepler Ryan, Senior Associate, Lander & Rogers

    Kepler Ryan is a senior associate in Lander & Rogers' Family & Relationship Law Group. He is an Accredited Family Law Specialist and is recognised by Doyle's Guide as a Family Law Rising Star. Kepler is the current Chair of the Law Institute of Victoria Family Law Education Working Group

  • Professional Development

    The Law Institute of Victoria's professional development program does more than just satisfy your compliance requirements for the CPD year, it provides you with quality and contemporary learning opportunities and practical solutions that you can apply to improve outcomes for your clients and support your practice for years to come.

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