Kellie Edwards has been nominated and is a finalist in the 2019 Lawyers Weekly Women in Law Awards in the category of Barrister of the Year

Kellie is one of 289 finalists that have been named across 31 categories for this year’s Women in Law Awards.

The awards program, to be held in Melbourne in November, will recognise excellence among Australia’s female legal professionals, in categories across executives, barristers, academics, pro bono, students and other legal professionals in large and boutique firms, and is known as the benchmark awards program for women in the industry.

Michael Perry has been appointed as a Sessional Arbitrator of the Workers Compensation Commission.

On 22 February 2018 Kellie Edwards presented a paper on Sexual Harassment in the ear of #MeToo.

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On 10 July 2017 Kellie Edwards presented a paper on General Damages in Discrimination and Adverse Action claims.

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On 6 April 2017 Nick Read presented at the WIRO Insurer’s Workshop on recent developments in workers compensation case law, in particular on case law relating to making out the defence of reasonable management action under section 11A of the Workers Compensation Act 1987.

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On 6 April 2017 Kellie Edwards presented a CDP on the Section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act - need to Reform?

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On 24 November 2016 Kellie Edwards presented a paper on Preparing Reasons for Administrative Decisions and Natural Justice.

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On 21 April 2016 Kellie Edwards presented a paper on Workplace Psychiatric Injuries - The complexities of overlapping State and Federal statutory regimes.

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On 19 March 2016 Nick Read presented a paper at the Young Lawyers Annual One Day CPD Seminar: Workplace and Safety Law.

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