The VCLS Committee is delighted to announce that the speaker for our Annual Dinner on Tuesday 13 June 2017 will be the Shadow Minister for Industrial Relations and former Attorney-General of Victoria, The Honourable Robert Clark MP.
Robert was first elected to Parliament in 1988 at the age of 31, and since then has served the community both as a local MP and in a wide range of portfolio areas including as Attorney-General, and in Treasury, Finance, Industrial Relations, Planning, WorkCover, Gaming, ICT, Energy & Resources and Major Projects. More details about Robert’s background and experience can be found here.
Robert will be sharing on the topic, “The Defence of Christian Values“.
Save the date in your diaries and there will be more details to follow.
NOTE: There will be member and non-member pricing for tickets so if you have not signed up as a member of the VCLS, you can sign up today.
Student Writing Competition
The VCLS is also running a competition for university students in conjunction with the Annual Dinner.
Topic: Write a short response to the question, “Where is God in our legal system?”
Word Limit: 500 words
Due Date: 5 June 2017
Prize: The top three (3) entries will score their writers a free ticket to the Annual Dinner, an opportunity to present their response at the Annual Dinner and the first prize-winner will also receive a sponsored position* to attend the Human Rights Law Alliance (“HRLA”) Legal Academy for 2017 or 2018 (value approx. $500, costs of flights not included).
Please submit entries to email@example.com – good luck!
About the HRLA Legal Academy
If you were at our breakfast last week, you would have also heard about the Legal Academy that is being run by the HRLA in Canberra from 25 June to 7 July 2017.
The flagship training program is an exclusive opportunity for late year law students and lawyers with exemplary Christian testimony and good academic/professional records to learn about law, theology and practice from the best minds in Australia.
Please see their website for more information.
*subject to acceptance by the HRLA