CLE Units: 1
|Important information about video podcasts|
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Edward Santow, CEO of PIAC
Professor Peter Cashman, Sydney University Faculty of Law
Kim Santow Chair in Law and Social Justice
Amy Munro, Founder and Coordinator of the Mallesons Human Rights Law Group ('Mallesons HRLG')
This video podcast discusses the new trend of commercial law firms partnering with NGOs to bring constitutional migration and other public interest law cases.
This CLE is in light of cases like ROWE V ELECTORAL Comissioner, Plaintiff M61, and over at PIAC, suggestions of running joint class actions against the NSW Police with Maurice Blackburn.
This discussion will overview case studies, successful or otherwise, and explore the effectiveness of these partnerships and various strategies for improving them.
If this particular video podcast is relevant to your immediate or long term needs in relation to your professional development and practice of the law, then you should claim one 'unit' for each hour of viewing.
Private study of video / audio / DVD equates to 1 MCLE (CPD) unit per hour to a maximum of 5 MCLE (CPD) units.
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