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How to prepare and run appeals - on-demand
Course ID ID21017_LIT1
This on-demand material was recorded in March 2021. You can purchase and access this content at any time.
Success in litigation and dispute resolution requires careful preparation, planning and an array of specific skills. Get the edge on your opponents and better results for your clients by ensuring that your litigation and dispute resolution skills are refined and up to date.
Join Kylie Nomchong SC, Barrister, Denman Chambers and you will learn:
- Appeals, what are they really?
- Is error always the basis for appeal?
- Leave to appeal
- Types of appeal examined
- Tips for preparing and running appeals
Please consult the CPD rules for your state to ascertain how many CPD points you can claim for private study of audio/visual material during the CPD year.
Due to new reporting requirements introduced by the Legal Practice Board of Western Australia on 1 April 2021, practitioners holding WA practising certificates are not currently eligible to claim CPD points for this product.
Full Price $75.00
Alumni/Member Price $67.50
30 June 2023
Kylie Nomchong SC graduated with a Bachelor and Economics with honours from the University of Sydney. Kylie worked as a tutor and part-time lecturer in the Department of Industrial Relations at that University before commencing employment as a solicitor. In 1991 Kylie was appointed as in-house solicitor for Actors’ Equity of Australia, later the Media Entertainment and Arts Alliance. During that time, she established her practice in industrial law and employment law.
Kylie was elected as President of NSW Young Lawyers in 1994 and then later, she was elected to the Council of the Law Society of NSW. She was Chair of the Law Society’s Equal Opportunity Committee from 1994 to 1996. Klyie has also held positions on the Board of the Public Interest Advocacy Centre, The College of Law, the Equal Opportunity Committee of the Law Council of Australia and the NSW Community Justices Centre.
Kylie was elected to the Council of the Bar Association in 2011 and again in 2017. She has served on the Common Law Committee of the Bar Association and is currently on the Bar Association’s Professional Conduct Committee. Kylie is also Chair of the Wellbeing Committee and is a regular instructor at the Readers Advocacy Courses.
Since 2012, Kylie has been a member of the Board of Directors of the Tristan Jepson Memorial Foundation an independent volunteer, charitable organisation whose objective is to decrease work related psychological ill-health and promote psychological health and safety in the legal community.
Kylie has a strong belief in social justice and human rights. She has represented corporations, government departments, unions, individuals and contractors. She has presented numerous Continuing Legal Education seminars and was part of the team which established the Workplace Research Centre’s Industrial Advocacy Course.
Claiming CPD units
If you intend to claim CPD units for this educational activity, please note that CPD activities are not accredited by the Law Society of NSW or any other equivalent local authority, with the exception of Western Australia. If you hold a practising certificate in a state or territory other than Western Australia and this educational activity extends your knowledge and skills in areas that are relevant to your practice needs or professional development, then you should claim one (1) "unit” for each hour of attendance, refreshment breaks not included. The annual requirement is ten (10) CPD units each year from 1 April to 31 March. Some practitioners, such as accredited specialists are required to complete more than ten (10) units each CPD year.
If you hold a Western Australian practising certificate, please refer to the course description above as to whether you are eligible to earn CPD points for this activity.