2023 Bali Conference
After a 2-year hiatus, the Bali Conference is returning in 2023!
The Conference will be held at the Trans Resort, over the WA Day Long Weekend on 2 – 4 June 2023. The Conference will start at 5pm on 2 June with welcome drinks.
Convened by Lucy Clark (Tehan Legal), the Conference will bring together a stellar lineup of speakers, including members of the judiciary, the profession and subject matter experts, to discuss topics across the legal agenda.
As always, the program will be jam-packed with opportunities for collegiality at some of Bali’s best venues. The Conference will be held at the hospitable Trans Resort Seminyak. Attendees will experience the warm Balinese hospitality we know and love across the Resort, Barbacoa Restaurant, Potato Head Beach Club and more.
The Hon Justice Peter Quinlan (Chief Justice of Western Australia)
The Hon John Quigley JP MLA (Attorney General for Western Australia)
The Hon Justice Michael Lundberg (Supreme Court of Western Australia)
Her Honour Judge Charlotte Wallace (District Court of Western Australia)
Magistrate Wendy Hughes (Children's Court of Western Australia)
Tim Hammond SC (Central Law Chambers)
Jane Needham SC (NSW Bar)
Hayley Dodson (Carr & Co)
Rachel Joseph (Francis Burt Chambers)
Robert Owen (Director of Public Prosecutions for Western Australia)
Julie Strack (Pitcher Partners)
Kate Turtley-Chappel (Legal Pathways)
Carla Vinciullo (Kennedy Vinciullo)
Rodney Worth (John Toohey Chambers)
Lucy Clark (Tehan Legal)
Hayley Ellison (Carr & Co)
Aaron McDonald (Pragma Lawyers)
Maryann McKenna (McKenna & Associates)
Andrew Tehan (Tehan Legal)
CPD sessions will cover a wide range of practice areas and contemporary issues in the law including criminal law, civil litigation, family law, practice management and more.
Prior to the conference commencing, on the afternoon on 2 June 2023, there will be specialist sessions held on criminal and commercial law, hosted by Pitcher Partners and the Women in Crime Business Group. Attendees will be entitled to additional CPD points for attending these sessions which will be issued separately by those organisers.
For attendees choosing to stay at the Trans Resort, mentioning Piddington will enable you to access a discounted rate on rooms.
Draft CPD point allocation:
CA1 (Practice Management): 1.5 points
CA2 (Professional Skills): 1 point
CA3 (Ethics and Professional Responsibility): 1.5 points
CA4 (Substantive Law): 3.5 points
Practitioner ID numbers are issued by the Legal Practice Board of Western Australia. Information from the Board is available here. We require these to issue CPD certificates. If you do not provide us with one then we may contact you following the event.
Full refunds will be eligible until 12-noon 2 May 2023. 50 per cent refunds will be eligible until 12-noon 9 May 2023. 25 per cent refunds will be eligible until 12-noon 23 May 2023. Refunds may not be provided following 12-noon 23 May 2023.
The Trans Resort
Jalan Sunset Road, Seminyak