|Speaker||Suzanne Kirton, Senior Member, Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal, Chris Edquist, Member, Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal and Daniel Epstein, Barrister, Victorian Bar|
|Date||18 Aug 2020|
Substantive Law: 3.0
VCAT - Practice and Procedure During COVID-19 Half Day Conference Bundle
VCAT – Powers, Practice & Procedure – COVID-19 Update
This session is a must for all those who practice in the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal jurisdiction!
Our presenter will give an overview of VCAT’s jurisdiction, structure and limitations during the COVID-19 pandemic and outline in which circumstances VCAT is the most appropriate jurisdiction to initiate proceedings.
This session is designed to bring you up to date in terms of procedures, documents, appearing before VCAT and will outline the mistakes you need to avoid.
Presented by: Suzanne Kirton, Senior Member, Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal
Prepare and Present the Evidence During COVID-19
Practitioners must be aware of how to gather evidence, prepare and deal with documents before VCAT, given current circumstances.
This session will outline the rules and regulations for Expert Evidence in VCAT and will cover topics including:
Presented by: Chris Edquist, Member, Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal
Leave to Appeal VCAT Decisions
This session will outline the limitations and requirements when appealing VCAT decisions including procedures for instituting the appeal and the test for the grant of leave to appeal.
Presented By: Daniel Epstein, Barrister, Victorian Bar
What is included:
A video of the presentation in mp4 format
Paper material in pdf format
* This Webcast does not allow WA practitioners to claim CPD points