12 December 2016
Queensland Legal Yearbook 2015 provides an overview of noteworthy Queensland legal developments for 2015. Compiled by the Supreme Court Library Queensland and edited by John McKenna QC, it is available to download or order for free from the library.Read more
16 September 2016
A new protocol has been released, setting out arrangements and procedures for the recording and broadcasting of the Court’s judgment remarks by accredited media, to ensure fair and accurate reporting of the Court's judgment remarks and to increase the accessibility of court proceedings, while ensuring that proceedings are run efficiently and fairly.
Accredited media may apply to the Court to record and broadcast judgment remarks using the Court’s application form, which is to be submitted by email to the Court's Information Officer.Read more
30 January 2017 - 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Hosted by: Community Legal Centres Queensland
Social media sites are increasingly changing the way family law matters are conducted in Australia. While social media helps us keep in touch with family and friends it can also mean that personal/private information is easier to access and potentially available for use by a party to family law proceedings.
This webinar will cover how social media is impacting on family law matters, including issues of evidence, service, publication and other risks.
1 - 3 February 2017 - 8:30am - 10:00am
Mercure Hotel Brisbane, Brisbane, Australia
6 - 8 February 2017 - 9:00am - 5:15pm
Hosted by: Legalwise Seminars
CPD Points: 20