This Queensland Young Lawyers and Level Twenty Seven Chambers presentation was the first in a series of four consisting of relevant and practical education events for young lawyers.
What will the seminar cover?
Using cartoon videos, live internet demonstrations and polls, the speakers provide advice on
- How to prepare for your day in court
- What to expect during court proceedings
- How to conduct yourself after a court appearance
Who should attend?
Both barristers and solicitors, especially commercial lawyers, will find useful takeaways on how to prepare effectively for court proceedings.
Kristi Riedel (Barrister, Level Twenty Seven Chambers)
As an in demand junior counsel practising out of Level Twenty Seven Chambers for insurance, employment, land and defamation matters, Kristi is regularly advising, and where needs be appearing in court, for clients in state and federal courts, tribunals and coronial inquests. She has extensive experience acting for both plaintiffs and institutions in historical child abuse claims and is recommended by Doyle’s Guide and AFR’s Best Lawyers® for professional negligence, financial lines and personal injury claims. Prior to commencing practice at the Bar, Kristi was a solicitor at a leading national law firm.
Sophie Gibson (Barrister, Level Twenty Seven Chambers)
Sophie’s broad commercial dispute resolution practice sees her frequently appearing in large-scale litigation at both trial and appellate level, representing clients from a wide range of industries, most notably the construction, insurance, property and shipping sectors. Prior to commencing her practice as a barrister at Level Twenty Seven Chambers, Sophie was a Judicial Associate in the High Court of Australia and an Associate in the commercial group of Norton Rose Fulbright.
This event was hosted an in person and online audience.
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The presentation is free to view. For further information, please contact Tamara McCombe on +61 7 3008 3927.
The podcast recording is available below.
A transcript of the presentation is available here.
A copy of the hyperlinked PowerPoint presentation is published below.