Is there a cost for attending the lectures?
Entry is free but all guests are required to register before attending. Please find your local venue and register here.
Do the lectures attract CPD / CLE points for lawyers?
The lectures in Western Australia, Tasmania, the ACT and Queensland have been accredited by the Legal Practice Board of Western Australia, the Tasmanian Law Society, the ACT Bar Association and the Bar Association of Queensland as CPD activities and you can claim up to 1.5 CPD points for attending one of those lectures. Otherwise, you can claim up to 1.5 CPD points based on your own self assessment. Different circumstances apply in each State. See the flyer relevant to your location for further details.
Is Lesli Bisgould available for media interviews?
Yes, although Ms Bisgould’s schedule is filling up quickly. If you would like to arrange an interview, please contact Jacob Hunt via email or on 0424 050 839.
Will there be an opportunity to ask questions?
Yes, Ms Bisgould and other speakers will be available for questions from the audience at each lecture.
I can’t make it to a lecture; will a recording be available online?
Yes, we will upload a video of the keynote lecture at the University of Sydney Law School as soon as possible.
Is Ms Bisgould available for other speaking engagements?
Unfortunately a busy schedule will prevent Ms Bisgould from speaking at other events. If you would like to suggest a future venue for the Lecture Series, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Are lectures held nationwide?
While we are visiting 12 venues across Australia, unfortunately the Lecture Series will not be held in the Northern Territory due to budget constraints. See all locations here.
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