Events

Health Law Masterclass


6 October 2017

Registration

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Sydney Law School and QUT School of Law are co-hosting a Health Law Masterclass on recent developments in health law practice and regulation.Speakers at this event include members of Sydney Health Law, the focal point for health law teaching and research at Sydney Law School, members of the Australian Centre for Health Law Research at QUT School of Law, and distinguished legal practitioners specialising in health law.

This full day masterclass will feature discussion of legal issues of interest to both practising health lawyers and practicing health professionals.Thematic areas to be covered include developments in professional liability, recent health law issues relating to children, reproduction and the beginning of life, consent to medical treatment, and end of life decision-making and legislation.This event features a "controversies and hot topics" panel featuring all the presenters.

This will be of particular interest to practising health lawyers who provide services to the health sector, health professionals with an interest in legal, bioethical and regulatory issues, executives and managers of health care organisations, and students.

This masterclass is co-hosted by the Sydney Health Law at Sydney Law School and the Australian Centre for Health Law Research, QUT School of Law


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Registration (inc. GST)
Full Fee: $180
University of Sydney Student: $80

CPD Points = 6


Time: 9am-4pm

Location: Common Room, Level 4, New Law Building (F10), Eastern Avenue, Camperdown, University of Sydney

Cost: Full Fee: $180; University of Sydney Student: $80 (registration link top of page)

Contact: Professional Learning and Community Engagement

Phone: 02 9351 0248

Email: 4b14572e670a264a2737213303210e3f553260010f1c7f1000