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Family law one day CLE Seminar
Bib ID 5156923
Format BookBook
Description Sydney : NSW Young Lawyers, 2011 
1 vol. (various pagings) ; 30 cm. 
Series

Continuing legal education seminar papers (NSW Young Lawyers)

Full contents
  • Case update / Jennifer Boland
  • Hague Convention on International Child Abduction / Michael Kearney
  • The importance of valuation evidence / Peter Campton, David Bird
  • The different treatment of experts in the FMC and FC / David Dura
  • Taking the pain out of tax and family law / Nick Gaudion
  • Bankrupt spouses - the effect on property proceedings / Gayle Meredith
  • Balancing your professional duties & impacting family law culture - a practical guide / Jeff Marhinin
  • Parenting and relocation / Miles, Rosa and Collu.
 
Notes

"This paper was presented by NSW Young Lawyers on the 19 March, 2011".

"Menzies Hotel,Sydney,19 March 2011"

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Family law -- Australia -- Congresses.
Other authors/contributors NSW Young Lawyers
Also Titled

Family law one day Continuing Legal Education Seminar : Menzies Hotel, Sydney, 19 March 2011

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