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The Children Act

Youth Advocacy Centre Inc (YAC)

Tuesday, 25 November 2014 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (AEST)

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Youth Advocacy Centre invites you to join

the Honourable Quentin Bryce AD CVO

for a reading from Ian McEwan’s latest novel, The Children Act,

 

followed by a panel discussion facilitated by Matthew Condon, author and journalist,with:

Justice David Boddice, Supreme Court of Queensland

Dr Richard Roylance, Eminent Paediatrician

Dr Conor Brophy, Chairperson, RBWH Ethics Committee

Gwenn Murray, Criminologist/Children’s Rights Advocate

 

Includes light refreshments 

Copies of The Children Act will be available for purchase on the night through Avid Reader 

 

NOTE FOR THE LEGAL PROFESSION:

As per QLS guidelines, CPD points can be claimed at one point per hour. Please keep a record of your registration/invoice for your CPD reporting purposes.

Barristers should note that accreditation is 1 CPD point per hour, non-allocated strand, YAC141125. 

To allow for court security procedures, please arrive punctually.

Have questions about The Children Act? Contact Youth Advocacy Centre Inc (YAC)

When & Where


Banco Court
QEII Law Courts Complex
415 George St
Brisbane, Queensland 4000
Australia

Tuesday, 25 November 2014 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (AEST)


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Youth Advocacy Centre Inc (YAC)

YAC is a community legal and social welfare agency for 10-18 year olds, particularly those involved in, or at risk of involvement in the youth justice and/or child protection systems and/or are homeless or at risk of homelessness. 

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