Australian Lawyers for Human Rights presents:
‘Current human rights issues in South Australia’
by the Honourable Catherine Branson QC
Australian Lawyers for Human Rights (ALHR) is a network of Australian lawyers and law students active in practising and promoting awareness of international human rights. The South Australian branch of ALHR is holding its first branch meeting for 2014 on Thursday 6 March in the Adelaide Law School Moot Court. The Honourable Catherine Branson QC, former President of the Australian Human Rights Commission, will speak to the topic ‘Current human rights issues in South Australia’. Following the address, the South Australian Co-Convenors of ALHR will provide a brief overview of ALHR and its work and will lead a discussion on human rights and how the SA branch can get involved in the work of the national organisation.
What ALHR South Australian Branch Meeting
When 5.30 (sharp)-7.00 pm Thursday 6 March 2014
Where Moot Court, Adelaide Law School, Ligertwood Building, University of Adelaide
Speaker The Honourable Catherine Branson QC
Invitees SA members of ALHR – new members invited
RSVP By Monday 3 March 2014 to email@example.com
The branch meeting is a free CPD event, counting for 1.5 units. Drinks and nibbles will be provided. The venue is wheelchair accessible. If you have any queries about disability access to the venue please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please RSVP as soon as possible, but at the latest by Monday 3 March 2014. The SA branch invites interested persons to read more about ALHR and to sign up for free membership at: http://www.alhr.asn.au/index.php.