Legal and ethical dilemmas with death penalties in neighbouring countries

Lunch with Robert Richter QC (Sold out, sorry)

Legal and ethical dilemmas with death penalties in neighbouring countries
4th March 2016

We are delighted that the Red Barron, aka Robert Richter QC will be joining us for lunch on Friday 4 March 2016 to discuss the legal and ethical dilemmas with death penalties in our neighbouring countries. Would the Bali 9 still be alive had they received different representation?  Should they still be alive?

Robert is the former chairman of the Criminal Bar Association, former President of Victorian Council for Civil Liberties, former part-time Law Reform Commissioner for Victoria and former member of Bar Council.

Areas of Practice

Public/Administrative
  • Civil and Human Rights
  • Disciplinary Proceedings
Criminal
  • Appellate
  • Crimes against the person
  • Extradition
  • Fraud
  • Proceeds of Crime/Money Laundering
  • White Collar and Corporate Crime
  • Work Health and Safety


    NB: Members will be given priority to purchase their tickets for one week, should there be any futher places available, we will open this event to guests at $93.50.

    Please book your guests in at $0.00 to place them on the waiting list with payment to be made at a later date.

     

Venue

Venue: A private dining room in the CBD

4th March 2016, 12:00pm - 2:00pm

Tickets: $77.00

Ticket Price includes GST

Bookings Close: 26th February 2016