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  • 16 June 2016

    Foreign resident capital gains withholding tax regime

    ACT Law Society Training Room

    Property lawyers will soon need to consider whether the new withholding tax regime applies to their clients, including Australian resident vendors. This seminar, presented by Deborah Robinson of the ATO, and experienced property law practitioners John Chamberlain (Lexmerca) and Michael James (Trinity Law) will examine the impact of the new regime and explain the details and mechanics all conveyancing professionals will need to be across.

  • 21 June 2016

    How do you do it? A workshop for working mothers

    ACT Law Society Training Room

    If you’re a working mother you’re likely to be juggling your own expectations about how you should perform your work and family responsibilities, and the expectations of your colleagues and family. This one-day workshop delivers practical strategies for working mothers to combine work and family responsibilities successfully.

    This event is presented in association with the Women Lawyers Association ACT

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