Events | 02 Jun 2022

Public Law National Webinar Series 2022

Hall & Wilcox is delighted to bring you a series of webinars that will explore and offer practical insights on a range of key issues facing the public sector.

You can watch any of these webinars on-demand via the links provided below.

*If these webinars are relevant to your professional development you can claim one 'unit' for each full hour of attendance.

Mitigating cyber risk in the public sector

Date Thursday 9 June 2022
Duration 63 minutes
Presenters Alison Baker and Eden Winokur

Defamation and reputation management in the public sector

Date Thursday 21 July 2022
Duration 59 minutes
Presenters Hamish McNair and Penelope Ford

Enterprise agreements: hot topics and emerging issues

Date Thursday 8 September 2022
Duration 64 minutes
Presenters Clare Kerley and David Catanese

Governance: investigative remit, powers and investigative processes of the IBAC

Date Thursday 13 October 2022
Duration 56 minutes
Presenters Julian Hammond and Rory O'Connor

Spotlight on contract disputes in the public sector

Date Thursday 27 October 2022
Duration 59 minutes
Presenters Julian Hammond and Ben Hamilton

Modern slavery – insights into legislative reforms and your obligations

Date Thursday 17 November 2022
Duration 58 minutes
Presenters Nathan Kennedy and Professor Justine Nolan, Director, Australian Human Rights Institute

Presenters

Alison Baker

Partner

Hall & Wilcox

David Catanese

Partner

Hall & Wilcox

Penelope Ford

Partner

Hall & Wilcox

Ben Hamilton

Partner & Technology and Digital Economy Co-Lead

Hall & Wilcox

Julian Hammond

Partner & ESG Co-Lead

Hall & Wilcox

Nathan Kennedy

Partner, Head of Pro Bono & Community and ESG Co-Lead

Hall & Wilcox

Rory O’Connor

Partner

Hall & Wilcox

Eden Winokur

Partner & Head of Cyber

Hall & Wilcox

Clare Kerley

Special Counsel

Hall & Wilcox

Hamish McNair

Special Counsel

Hall & Wilcox

Facilitator

Kathryn Howard

Partner

Hall & Wilcox

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