15 March 2018

Alumni Event - Handy Hints on Legal Practice

Published on 15 March 2018
Alumni and students of The College of Law are invited to join us for our first event in 2018 to learn practical tips on the day-to-day practice of law.
The Hon. Justice Emilios Kyrou, Gordon Lewis and Nuwan Dias, authors of Handy Hints on Legal Practice, will provide common sense advice about the practice of law with a focus on:
  • Client legal privilege
  • Without privilege in the light of the Uniform Evidence Law
  • The effect of technological advances on legal practice

These insights will be followed by a question and answer session with the speakers and audience.

Join us for what promises to be an engaging and informative event where new pracitioners will learn vital skills and seasoned practitioners will benefit from a refresher. 


Thursday 15 March 2018
6.00pm - 7.00pm

The College of Law
Level 10
459 Little Collins Street
Melbourne VIC 3000

The is a free event for College of Law alumni and students


Emilios J Kyrou LLB (Hons) (Melb), B Com (Melb), Grad Dip in Notarial Practice (Victoria) is a judge of the Victorian Court of Appeal. He was previously a partner of Mallesons Stephens Jaques (now known as King & Wood Mallesons) and also practised as a notary.

Gordon Lewis
LLB (Melb) is a former Judge of the County Court of Victoria. He has formerly held positions of Executive Director of the Law Institute of Victoria, Victorian Commissioner for Corporate Affairs, Victorian Government Solicitors, Road Safety Camera Commissioner and Part-time Lecturer in Professional Conduct, University of Melbourne.

Nuwan Dias
LLB (Hons) (Melb), BA (Melb) is a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Victoria. He is currently a solicitor at Herbert Smith Freehills.

Ask a question
Have you thought of a question that you would like to ask our speakers? Let us know in advance and our speakers will provide you with an answer on the night.

Registrations for this event have now closed. For late registrations, please email vicadmin@collaw.edu.au