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STEP QLD 2020 August Lunchtime Seminar

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Queensland Law Society

Law Society House

179 Ann Street

Brisbane, Queensland 4000

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Charitable Trusts - Seminar presented by Gino Dal Pont.

"When Charity is Nonsensical or Rubbish"

Judges appear to have stipulated a “merits” test when it comes to public benefit underscoring education as a charitable object. Lacking more than a perfunctory coverage of this issue in the literature, it is appropriate to probe the rationales and parameters of this test, with a view to developing an understanding of how education intersects with charity law. This ultimately raises a broader issue, namely the extent to which judges should interfere with the clear expression of testamentary intention.

A light lunch will be provided from 12.30pm with seminar commencing at 1pm.

Remote access is available to this seminar, via webinar. Details of how to join by webinar will be circulated directly prior to the seminar. Please ensure you select this option when completing the checkout process.

Any pre-conference materials supplied by our speaker, plus instructions on how to access the seminar remotely, will be circulated the evening prior to the seminar.

EVENT DETAILS


Date: Tuesday 4 August 2020


Time: 12.30pm – 2.00 pm (includes lunch)


Venue: Queensland Law Society, 2nd floor, 179 Ann Street, Brisbane


CPD: 1 Point


YOUR SPEAKER

Gino Dal Pont, Professor - Faculty of Law, University of Tasmania

Gino Dal Pont is Professor, Faculty of Law, at the University of Tasmania. He is the author of multiple books, including in the areas of equity & trusts and charity law, as well as being the General Editor of Halsbury’s Laws of Australia and a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Law.




CONTACT US

Email: qldbranch@step.org

Web: https://stepaustralia.com/branch/step-queensland/



FAQs

Can I pay via EFT or cheque?
Unfortunately, no, STEP Queensland is only able to receive credit card payments through the EventBrite system. EventBrite will send you a receips and ticket when you register. Please consider this your invoice.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No, we will have your details on file and your name badge ready for collection.

Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Unfortunately your ticket cannot be transferred to another member.

I RSVP'd that I would attend in person but something has come up - can I attend remotely?
Yes, information about to attend remotely will be sent the day prior to the seminar to all registered attendees.

Will the materials be sent around in advance?
If the speaker provides the materials in advance they will be circulated the day prior to the seminar.

I have a season ticket, do I need to RSVP?
It would be appreciated if you did RSVP if you intend to attend in person. This assists with accurate numbers for catering. As a season ticket holder you will always recieve the recording of the seminar after the event and you are always welcome to attend remotely.

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Queensland Law Society

Law Society House

179 Ann Street

Brisbane, Queensland 4000

Australia

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