The Evidentiary Position of Recorded Conversations in Family Law Proceedings

16/11/2020

Webinar - Tuesday 24 November

On Tuesday 24 November the Family Law Committee is pleased to present a webinar titled, ‘The Evidentiary Position of Recorded Conversations in Family Law Proceedings

It is unsurprising given audio/visual recording capability now being available on most mobile telephones that the courts exercising family law jurisdiction are frequently confronted with parties seeking to rely upon such evidence at trials or interim hearings, or that at a preliminary stage, Counsel are asked to advise whether such evidence can be relied upon. This seminar, presented by Michael Weightman, Barrister, Newcastle Chambers and member of the Family Law Committee, will look at the evidentiary position of such recordings in the context of courts exercising jurisdiction under the Family Law Act 1975. Michael Kearney SC, Chair of the New South Wales Bar Association’s Family Law Committee will act as moderator.

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