Law Week 20-26 May

Route from 66: A Call to Action (Deakin Downtown, Mon 20 May, 4pm) How can justice can better meet legal needs and build legal capability in the community? Find out by booking here (External link).  

The Winter's Tale: An Evening with the Bottled Snail (NJC, Thurs & Fri, 23 & 24 May, 7-8.15pm) See Shakespeare's Winter's Tale and hear from Judge Paul Glass, Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia, and Magistrate Thérèse McCarthy, Supervising Magistrate for Family Violence and Personal Safety discuss family violence in the context of the Bard's work. Book here (External link).  

Professor Marcia Langton (Fitzroy Town Hall, Sat 25 May) National treasure Professor Marcia Langton will discuss her book Law: The Way of the Ancestors revealing how Indigenous law helped people survive and thrive for over 2000 generations.  Book in here (External link).  

Jordan van den Berg, YouTube legal sensation & Kate Fischer-Doherty, Melbourne Law School Clinics Director. (Fitzroy Town Hall, Sat 25 May) For a riveting and rollicking discussion of all things justice. Book here (External link).

We'll have a stall at the Fitzroy Town Hall, so drop on by.

A not quite Law Week event but....

Work Without Barriers Job Expo (Fitzroy Town Hall, Friday 24 May, 10.30am-1.30pm)  Fitzroy Legal Services Work Without Barriers community job expo provides solutions to break down employment barriers for those who face them. Look out for NJC's stall. Book in here (External link)


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Casp award night neighbourhood justice centre collingwood
28 June 2023


We had high fiving. We had sporting legends. We had medals. We had pizza. We had, of course, the Collingwood All Stars awards night (aka, late afternoon).