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LIV 2017 Annual General Meetings (AGMs)

LIV 2017 Annual General Meetings (AGMs)

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The Law Institute of Victoria is pleased to announce the 2017 Annual General Meetings (AGMs) for the following practice sections:

  • Administrative Law & Human Rights Law Section
  • Collaborative Practice Section
  • Commercial Law Section
  • Costs Law Section
  • Criminal Law Section
  • Elder Law Section
  • Government Lawyers Section
  • International Lawyers Section
  • Litigation Lawyers Section
  • Property & Environmental Law Section
  • Succession Law Section
  • Workplace Relations Section

If you are not currently a member of a practice section and would like to attend an AGM, please contact our member engagement team on 03 9607 9470 or membership@liv.asn.au to join the section you are interested in and see the relevant AGM Notice for details of the AGM. AGM notices and forms can be found at the LIV AGM notices page. Please note that there may be limited places available for some AGMs.
 


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