21 April specialist presentations and dinner

  • 21 Apr 2016
  • 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
  • at the Auburn Hotel, corner Auburn Rd and Victoria Rd, Hawthorn, next to Auburn Station. Free parking after 6 pm - car park on north side of the hotel.
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Drinks provided from 6:30, followed by dinner and presentations.   Fully booked, sorry - but you can wait-list yourself here ... cancellations or extra space may occur, creating vacancies.


Our April event looks at the legal and technical sides of report writing …

The Right Evidence - Suzanne Kirton, Barrister

     Suzanne is a barrister with over 15 years experience in technical disputes.  She appears regularly in the VCAT and the higher courts.  Over the years she has seen expert reports ranging from outstanding to unsalvageable.  The right report can make or break a case. Get it wrong, and your report is likely to be inadmissible, or given no weight, and may be contrary to your ethical obligations.

Suzanne will explain the obligations of the Court and Tribunal Rules and of common law. She will give you tips to ensure your evidence is relevant, persuasive and of service to the tribunal and your clients.

ALSO on the same night-

Report Preparation - Peter Paras, Forensic Engineer

Peter is the manager of the forensic division of FMG Engineering, who are Melbourne’s largest team of structural, civil and geotechnical forensic engineers.  Peter is a Chartered Professional Engineer with 27 years of Structural and Civil Engineering consulting experience.

Peter will speak about FMG's reporting and document management systems and lead a discussion about the state of the art in technical report production.  This is an opportunity to ensure you are up to date with reporting technology and contribute to a discussion about the current state of the art and emerging technology. 

.  This should be a beauty.

Get on to the waitlist here


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