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2023 Immigration Law Conference

"Navigating new frontiers of Immigration law"


Sydney | Online 

The Law Council of Australia’s Federal Litigation and Dispute Resolution Section will be hosting its annual Immigration Law Conference on 17-18 March 2023. The conference will be conducted over two days and will canvass current issues in Australian immigration law.

Please save the date now.

Event Details:
Date:
Friday, 17 March 2023 and Saturday, 18 March 2023
Time: 9.00am - 4.30pm each day (AEDT)
Venue: Swissotel Sydney, 68 Market Street, Sydney NSW & Online

Networking Event Details: 
Welcome Drinks: 
Date:
Thursday, 16 March 2023
Time: 6.30pm - 9.30pm (AEDT)
Venue: TBC, Sydney NSW

Conference Dinner:
Date: Friday, 17 March 2023
Time: 6.30pm - 9.30pm (AEDT)
Venue: Swissotel Sydney, 68 Market Street, Sydney NSW

Delegates may wish to stay at the conference venue. Swissotel will be offering a discounted rate for those attending the conference. More details to follow. 

Discounts apply for Federal Litigation and Dispute Resolution Section members. If you are not currently a member of the Section, you can join here

To register your interest for this event and to be placed onto the mailing list, please click here

Contact

Ms Chelsea De Silva
Section Administrator
T. 02 6246 3722
E. chelsea.desilva@lawcouncil.asn.au

Registrations for the 2023 Immigration Law Conference are now open.

Ticket Categories and Rates

Category Ticket Type Price
FLDRS Member Early Bird - FLDRS Members - Full conference package (2 days) $0.00 + Add to cart
Early Bird - FLDRS Members - Conference Day 1 $0.00 + Add to cart
Early Bird - FLDRS Members - Conference Day 2 $0.00 + Add to cart
Early Bird - VIRTUAL - FLDRS Members - Day 1 $0.00 + Add to cart
Early Bird - VIRTUAL - FLDRS Members - Day 2 $0.00 + Add to cart
Non-Member Early Bird - Non-Members - Full conference package (2 days) $0.00 + Add to cart
Early Bird - Lawyers under 30/legal aid/CLC - Full Conference Package (2 days) $0.00 + Add to cart
Early Bird - Non-Members - Conference Day 1 $0.00 + Add to cart
Early Bird - Non-Members - Conference Day 2 $0.00 + Add to cart
Early Bird - Lawyers under 30/legal aid/CLC - Day 1 $0.00 + Add to cart
Early Bird - Lawyers under 30/legal aid/CLC - Day 2 $0.00 + Add to cart
Early Bird - VIRTUAL - Non Members - Day 1 $0.00 + Add to cart
Early Bird - VIRTUAL - Non Members - Day 2 $0.00 + Add to cart
Early Bird - VIRTUAL - Lawyers under 30/legal aid/CLC Day 1 $0.00 + Add to cart
Early Bird - VIRTUAL - Lawyers under 30/legal aid/CLC Day 2 $0.00 + Add to cart
Tickets Dinner Ticket $0.00 + Add to cart
Welcome Drinks* $0.00 + Add to cart

Registrations Open October 2022



Standard Full Conference Ticket Registration includes:

  • Attendance at all conference sessions across both Friday, 16 March and Saturday, 17 March
  • Conference materials, including any speaker material
  • Lunch, morning and afternoon tea
  • Gala Dinner on Friday, 16 March

*Welcome drinks are not included in the Standard Full Conference package.

Accommodation:

Delegates may wish to stay at the conference venue. Swissotel will be offering a discounted rate for those attending the conference. More details to follow. 

To register your interest for this event and to be placed onto the mailing list, please click here

The theme is "Navigating new frontiers of Immigration law"

This year the Immigration Law Conference has a spectacular speaker line up, with speakers from government, private and the academic sector.

Hotel Swissôtel Sydney

68 Market St, Sydney NSW 2000

CPD Points

This year’s conference is designed to include content to cover Ethics and Professional Responsibility, Practice Management and Business Skills, Professional Skills and Substantive law. It is the responsibility of the individual member to determine whether CPD points can be earned for an attendance of an event hosted by the Sections of the Law Council. 

Mandatory continuing professional development (CPD) requirements vary between each state and territory. Members should refer to their relevant state and territory law society in advance of the event for further information.

As the Law Council provides events directed toward lawyers, approval has not been sought from OMARA. Migration agents wanting to attend the event are advised to contact OMARA beforehand in respect of whether CPD points can be earned from attendance.

Read the Law Council's Event Terms and Conditions here.

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