Last chance to register 2022 Sydney CPD Conference


Online Registrations Extended

Registrations for ONLINE attendance at the Sydney Conference have been extended till COB tomorrow. A very limited number of in-person tickets are also available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

The 2022 Sydney Regional Conference will be held on Saturday, 5 March 2022, at the Hyatt Regency Sydney. The conference will run from 9:00 am - 5:00pm, with full attendance attracting 6 CPD points.

Confirmed speakers for the conference include:

  • The Honourable Justice Andrew Bell, President of the Court of Appeal
  • The Honourable Justice Robert Thomas Beech-Jones, Chief Judge at Common Law
  • The Honourable Justice Michael Wigney, Federal Court of Australia
  • The Honourable Justice Julia Lonergan, Supreme Court of NSW
  • The Honourable Jennifer Boland AM, Deputy President, NCAT and former Judge of the Family Court
  • His Honour Judge Andrew Scotting, District Court of NSW
  • Michael McHugh SC, President, NSW Bar Association
  • Trish McDonald SC, Tenth Floor Selborne/Wentworth Chambers
  • Belinda Rigg SC, Public Defenders Chambers
  • Patrick Griffin SC, Seventh Floor Garfield Barwick Chambers
  • Kate Eastman AM SC, New Chambers
  • Sharyn Hall SC, Samuel Griffith Chambers

and more

Download the full program here - 2022 Sydney Conference.

Running from 9:00am to 5:00pm, full attendance at the conference attribute 6 CPD points, with at least one point in each of the four CPD strands: Substantive law, practice and procedure and evidence, barristers' skills, practice management and business skills and ethics and professional responsibility.

Attendees are offered both IN-PERSON and VIRTUAL registration options. Discounted rates are available for those attending virtually. To register to secure a place, please click on any of the REGISTER NOW buttons located on the dedicated 2022 Regional Conference Series website.

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