Speakers

The Honourable Judge Middleton, Federal Circuit Court of Australia – ‘Are Binding Financial Agreements Dead?’

Madam Justice Wati, Head of the Family Law Division, Family Court of Fiji – ‘Family Law: a Fijian perspective’ topic to be confirmed

Professor Patrick Parkinson, Academic Dean and Head of School for the TC Beirne School of Law, University of Queensland – ‘Much Ado About Nothing? The Final Report of the ALRC’s Family Law Review’.

David Hodson OBE, Partner, International Family Law Group (UK) – ‘International Res Judicata: Should Australian family law provide for a second bite of the cherry when the first bite abroad was unfair or inadequate?’

Mr Teong Liang Yap, Partner of TL Yap & Associates, Chair of Lawasia, and Chairman of the Family Law Practice Committee of the Law Society of Singapore – ‘The latest issues relating to surrogacy in Singapore’

Dr Vince Papaleo, Child & Adolescent Clinical Psychologist – ‘Something Old, Something New and Something Borrowed: A New Perspective on an Old Problem – Parental Alienation’

Michelle McMahon, Barrister, 6 St James Hall Chambers-‘Emerging Issues for Lesbian Same Sex Families – is biological connection to a child a trump card in determining intra-parenting disputes and applications under s65C(c) from known sperm donors’

Shamima Ali (Coordinator) and Stephanie Dunne (Lawyer) of the Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre (Fiji) – ‘Gender based Violence and Family Law in Fiji: The Purple Umbrella Perspective’

Nick Gaudion, Director, Cutcher & Neale Forensic Accountants – ‘What the Family Court doesn’t realise about unrealised tax liabilities?’

James Munroe, Principal, AON (Valuations) – ‘Valuations of Breast Implants. Are They Real?’