JADE Panels as at 23 May 2010
Following our announcement last week, we have added (or are in the process of adding) a number of new panels. This include:
- Constitutional Law
- Conveyancing Law
- Human Rights and Equal Opportunity
- Immigration and Refugee Law
- Liquor and Gaming Law
- Racing Law
- Statutory Interpretation
- Strata Title and Community Title Law
- Tenancy Law
We are also gathering interest to conduct seminars on the following important subjects: Electronic Discovery, the Future of the Australian Legal Profession Leadership Forum, and a workshop on the use of technology in disputing (which will bring together technologists and lawyers).
Are you interested?
If you are interested in participating in the work of a panel, please let us know. Simply visit JADE.
Bear in mind that the panels are intended to be sufficiently broad to have at least something to look at on a fairly frequent basis. However, it’s really easy for us to include a new panel, so if you think that you can find four other colleagues, and you can persuade us that others will be interested as well please let us know.
We have some exciting additional things planned with special panel types. There are three kinds of panels: Subject Panels, Judgment Panels (which consider all cases emerging from a particular Court or Tribunal), and Consultative Panels.
The full starting list
Here is our current list for JADE‘s 53 ‘starter’ panels: