The 2022 State of Family Law Conference will be taking place in Sydney on Tuesday 14th June at Hilton Sydney. Join us at this stunning, five-star hotel located in the heart of Sydney’s CBD as we welcome leaders from the Family Law Sector to navigate the crucial changes that have come about due to the merger of the Family Court and Federal Circuit Court of Australia. To support our guests in successfully undertaking the new FCFCOA pathway, we are pleased to welcome The Hon. Garry Watts AM and Senior Judicial Registrar, Brett McGrath.
We are also pleased to welcome our two special guests Anna Baltins, Solicitor in Charge, Domestic Violence Unit, Legal Aid NSW and Amanda Little, Principal Solicitor, Amanda Little & Associates. Amanda will be discussing the practical and theoretical implications of the FCFCOA merger and Anna will be delivering a presentation on the topic of Family Violence. We look forward to welcoming you for lunch as we bring together our nation’s leading legal minds to address the future of family law in Australia.
Date Tuesday 14th June, 2022
Time 11:30 AM – 5:00 PM AEST
Venue Hilton Sydney
Address 488 George St, Sydney, NSW 2000
Format Seated conference with networking opportunities
Cost Complimentary with registration
Available CPD Points 3*
Parking For convenient parking options, please click here.
Lunch Complimentary working lunch provided
Handouts Complimentary FCFCOA 'Tips & Traps' summary
Theoretical Insights into the new FCFCOA
Streamlining the New Family Law Process with Practice Management Software
The new State of Family Law - Rise of Dispute Resolution
Family Violence - Focus on Lighthouse Project and FASS
How to Navigate the new FCFCOA – Tips from a Family Law Expert
The new FCFCA Act and Harmonised Rules - What Practitioners Need to Know
To register for the event please complete your details below and a digital ticket will be emailed to you
*If you are in the legal industry you can claim 3 CPD points for attending this event under practice management and business skills. Conditions may differ for each state, so please check with your industry body to confirm eligibility. Smokeball is also not responsible for keeping track of individuals attendance and acquired CPD points.