Queensland Law Society

Modern Advocate Lecture Series 2017

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The QLS Ethics Centre’s Modern Advocate Lecture Series is an initiative of QLS president Christine Smyth and aims to foster collegiality in the junior ranks of the profession and to imbue young practitioners with the knowledge and skills to sharpen their advocacy.

2017

26 October 2017 - Lecture four

The Honourable Justice Roslyn G Atkinson AO 

Lecture four was delivered on “ Everything you wanted to know about appearing in the Supreme Court but were too afraid to ask.”

Everything you wanted to know about appearing in the Supreme Court but were afraid to ask


30 August 2017 - Lecture three

The Honourable Justice Peter Applegarth, Supreme Court of Queensland.

Justice Applegarth spoke on "Issue Framing in Oral and Written Submissions."

Issue Framing in Oral and Written Submissions


11 May 2017 - Lecture two

The Honourable Margaret McMurdo AC, Former President, Court of Appeal, Supreme Court of Queensland.

In the second lecture of the 2017 series, Honourable Margaret McMurdo AC spoke on "Advocacy Inside & Outside the Courtroom."

Advocacy inside and outside the courtroom


2 March 2017 - Lecture one

Fleur Kingham, President of the Land Court of Queensland

In the first lecture of the 2017 series, President Kingham spoke on "Maximising your impact as an advocate: A view from the bench."

Maximising your impact as an advocate: A view from the Bench

By viewing a lecture you will be entitled to 0.5 PLE CPD point.