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New dates confirmed for Melbourne’s 20th Commonwealth Law Conference in 2017

New dates confirmed for Melbourne’s 20th Commonwealth Law Conference in 2017

By Kerry O'Shea


The Commonwealth Lawyers Association in conjunction with the Law Institute of Victoria wishes to advise a change of dates for the 20th Commonwealth Law Conference “Thriving in a complex world: Building on the rule of law”,  to be held in Melbourne in 2017 at the Melbourne Exhibition & Convention Centre.

The dates for the conference have changed to Monday 20 to Friday 24 March, 2017. The change has been made to due to the anticipated announcement of the 2017 Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix, which was held between March 17 and March 20, 2016.

The four day conference will be divided into forty-eight sessions in four concurrent streams:

  • Corporate and commercial law
  • Legal and judicial profession
  • Constitutionalism, human rights and the rule of law; and
  • Contemporary legal topics

Please register your interest to attend the conference at

The LIV is the peak legal body for the Victorian legal profession and has approximately 19,000 members.

The CLA is a pan-Commonwealth organisation which seeks to uphold the rule of law in the Commonwealth by encouraging the exchange of ideas between legal professionals, academics and students through projects and by driving improvements in legal education. More information is available on our website

For further information regarding this media release please contact:
Kerry O'Shea, General Manager, Public Affairs & Legal Policy

T: 03 9607 9373

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