Raelene Webb QC on Native Title Lawyers: Who Cares?

Monday May 7, 2018

Raelene Webb QC holds a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Physics from the University of Adelaide and a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Queensland. She was admitted to the Supreme Court of the Northern Territory and the High Court of Australia in 1992. In 2004, she was appointed Queens Counsel. Raelene was appointed President of the National Native Title Tribunal for a five year term in 2013 after a distinguished career as a barrister and has now returned to private practice at Murray Chambers in Western Australia.
Testamentary Capacity: Ongoing Considerations with Christopher Brohier

Monday May 7, 2018

Christopher Brohier was admitted as a practitioner of the Supreme Court of SA and the High Court in 1981. He joined the Independent Bar in 1993. In his 20 years at the Independent Bar he has appeared in complex commercial and civil matters in the Supreme Court, Federal Court and District Court. He has appeared in complex testamentary matters such as removing an executor, forcing the distribution of an estate, challenges to wills on the grounds of want of testamentary capacity and claims under the Inheritance (Family Provision) Act 1972. He has been in numerous difficult and successful mediations in estate and other commercial and civil matters.
Lee-Ann Cartoon on Testamentary Trusts: The Importance of Planning

Thursday May 3, 2018

Lee-Ann is an experienced tax and estate planning lawyer. She has worked throughout Australia and the UK advising clients ranging from global financial institutions and multinational energy and resource companies to high net wealth individuals. Lee-Ann's experience has given her an appreciation of the importance of approaching any matter commercially, logically and with the client's end goal front of mind.
The Medical Perspective: Capacity and Elder Abuse with Dr Jane Lonie

Monday April 30, 2018

Dr. Jane Lonie is a Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist with over twenty years of experience in the assessment and management of cognitive dysfunction in adults and older adults. She is author of over twenty peer reviewed articles in the areas of dementia and capacity, (the most recent paper appearing in the Australian Bar Review) and maintains a special interest in provision of medico-legal opinion in matters relating to legal capacity.
Payroll Tax Grouping Provisions with Tony Ince

Monday April 30, 2018

Tony Ince has over 25 years' experience in the indirect tax field. Most of his work is in the area of GST, payroll tax and fuel tax credits. For several years, Tony sat on the Western Australian State Revenue Liaison Committee as part of his role as chairman of the Taxation Committee at the WA Chamber of Commerce and Industry. He continues to have an interest in federal/state tax relationships with involvement on committees at The Tax Institute and CCI WA. Tony has been involved in GST since 1999 and was the CPA spokesperson on GST implementation in Western Australia. He is passionate about tax matters, and continues to be involved in various organisations. One of his current roles is as a sessional lecturer in postgraduate tax at Curtin University. Tony also presents regularly at state and national tax conferences.

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