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The Piddington Society and the Environmental Defender's Office WA invites you to attend a CPD event, a Land Use Seminar which will explore developments in Planning, Native Title and Environmental Law
Event Details:
  • Date - 29 June 2017
  • Time - 5:30 till 9:00pm
  • Venue - Curtin city campus business school (lecture room attached to the student lounge)
  • Cost: $150: Early Bird Registration $110 (closing soon): Piddington Members $80 (enter the code Pidd at checkout): EDOWA members $80 (enter the code EDO at checkout).
Featuring presentations from:



  • Declan Doherty - Environmental Defender's Office WA: The new Biodiversity Conservation Act: Opportunities and areas for further reform (CA4)
  • Shannon Davis - Solomon Brothers: Trends and innovation in the property industry (CA2)
  • Mark Gregory - Castledine and Gregory: Planning law: Recent developments in planning and policy law (CA4)
  • Sophie Kilpatrick - Cross Country Native Title Services: Treaties in the native title landscape (CA2/CA3)
  • Robert Cunningham - Curtin University: Information Environmentalism: Theoretical lessons from the contemporary environmental movement when thinking about governance of information in the 21st century (CA1)
  • John Southalan - Resource Law Network: OECD Guidelines and Chinese Due Diligence Guidelines (CA2)
The seminar will be followed by collegiate hospitality and a live performance from local award winning band Southern Edge featuring (among other luminaries) notorious Native Title and Land Access Lawyers Michael Meegan and Graham Castledine!


This event is sponsored by:

The Piddington Society also takes this opportunity to thank our principal sponsors:

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