The videos below are past FLPA twilight webinars that are more than a year old. To view more recent twilight webinars, you can buy viewing access on the Webinar shop.
Twilight webinar – Valuations during a pandemic
In this twilight seminar/webinar, Geoff Duffield from Acumentis, and Peter Haley and John Thynne from Vincents speak all things valuations - what COVID-19 has meant for valuations - both property and businesses; what to look for in valuations, particularly in the current climate; and what you need to consider when seeking valuations.
Twilight webinar – Advocacy in the Courtroom
In this extended twilight seminar/webinar, Dr Jacoba Brasch of Queen’s Counsel and Rebecca Horsley of Counsel presented and undertook a mock urgent interim parenting hearing, before The Honourable Justice Baumann as acting Judge. The mock court documents accompanied the webinar and are available in presentations and papers. The webinar takes a 20 min break halfway through the session
Twilight webinar – Parental Alienation
Dr Ben Jones, forensic psychologist, and Genevieve Dee, partner at Landers and Rogers discuss parental alienation: how to recognise it, how it impacts children, and provide some practical information for lawyers and report writers in relation to what interventions may be helpful. Genevieve Dee reviews recent case examples involving allegations of parental alienation and discuss the legislative framework adopted by the Court when considering matters involving parental alienation. Please note: Because of the size of this video, it has been broken into two parts.
Twilight webinar – The Lighthouse Project
The Lighthouse Project seeks to innovate the way in which the Courts will screen for risk and for its focus on public health and improved outcomes for families involved in the family law system. This training seminar is designed to ensure that the profession is well informed of these new initiatives and how they will impact on legal practice.
Lunchtime Webinar – Mediating in a pandemic
Does the online response represent a new way for family law practitioners? COVID-19 changed many aspects of what we as family lawyers and practitioners do. We had to adapt. One example was how we changed how we mediate. Some of us scrambled to understand how to connect, where to place the camera and how to get more than one person in an online room. For others it represented an easier way and perhaps an earlier transition into the future of family law and alternative dispute resolution. In this webinar, Mediator, Arbitrator and Barrister Bruce Thiele discusses how his mediation practice adapted to COVID-19.
Twilight webinar – Daiquiris & Drafting
This Twilight was presented by Deborah Awyzio and Lisa Foley who share their insights about the dos and don’ts of legal drafting. They provide practical examples about how to draft affidavits that are concise and convincing, and discuss their top tips for drafting Orders, Financial Agreements and Binding Child Support Agreements.
Twilight webinar – Property Settlements & Tax
Well-known barrister Craig Coulston Craig speaks on the Ellison v. Sandini and explains how the full Federal Court came to its conclusion and more importantly, identifies the consequences for everyday practice when dealing with property adjustment orders.
Twilight webinar – Social Media Safety & s121
This Twilight presented by Tricia Munn, social media specialist, is on managing privacy and security for devices and social media, tips for clients on how to separate devices and accounts to reduce conflict following separation and how to create child-focussed agreements/contracts for device use and social media that can be applied for both homes. Clare Dart will round out the session by talking about s121 and what social media posts might be caught by that section.
Lunchtime Webinar – Small Property Pool Cases
Registrar Turnbull of the Federal Circuit Court of Australia, who is in charge of implementing the small claims property pilot, coversissues such as the structure and goals of the pilot, the Court’s expectations, and what parties and practitioners can anticipate when appearing at this type of listing.
Twilight seminar / webinar – Discrete Property List implementation
This topical Twilight canvassed the new “Discrete Property List” which is currently being implemented in the Brisbane Registry of the Federal Circuit Court. Registrar Turnbull of the Federal Circuit Court of Australia, who is in charge of implementing the Discrete Property List, presented covering issues such as the structure and goals of the List, the Court’s expectations, and what parties and practitioners can anticipate when appearing at this type of listing.