The powers and functions of the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal (Guardianship Division) and the role of NSW Barristers at hearings

Anne Britton, Deputy President of NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal (NCAT) and Head of the NCAT (Guardianship Division) will discuss the role of Barristers at the Guardianship Tribunal. 

The talk will cover appeals in particular, where NSW Barristers are statistically most likely to appear.  She will also provide an overview of how Barristers can assist the Tribunal at hearings at first instance, the inquisitorial function of the Tribunal, the role of the Separate Representative, the power of the Guardianship Tribunal to review power of attorney and guardianship documents, hearings, case management and timetables. 

The session will be chaired by Ian Davidson SC and facilitated by Kim Boettcher of Frederick Jordan Chambers.

Attendees are encouraged to send Kim any questions in advance to

Please note: Only NSW barristers or members of the NSW Bar Association can register for CPD’s or webinars.


CPD Points 1
Date & Times Tuesday, June 25, 2024 at 5:00pm - 6:00pm
CPD Strand Barristers' Skills, Substantive Law, Practice and Procedure, and Evidence
Committee Succession and Elder Law

This CPD will be held in person in the NSWBA Common Room 

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