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Seeking nominations for the Government Lawyers Executive Committee

Seeking nominations for the Government Lawyers Executive Committee

By Government Law Section

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The Law Institute of Victoria invites expressions of interest for nominations to join the Government Lawyers Executive (‘GLE’) Committee. The GLE Committee meets six times per year to discuss issues regarding lawyers practising in the government sector, and to plan networking opportunities and professional development sessions for legally-qualified public sector employees.

The GLE Committee consists of legal practitioners with extensive experience in legal practice within State and Federal government departments and is looking to further build on its areas of expertise and experience.

Members wishing to nominate to join the GLE Committee or would like to find out more about the Government Law Section please contact us no later than Sunday 22 September 2019.

Contact: Government Law Section E: governmentlawsection@liv.asn.au.


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