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ACICA launch Australian Arbitration Survey

ACICA has launched the Australian Arbitration Survey to gather empirical evidence from practitioners as to what works in arbitration and what can be improved on.. Read more

2019 Victorian Senior Counsel Appointments

The Australian Bar Association (ABA) congratulates Victoria's new Senior Counsel for 2019. Read more

IATC and World Bar Conference 2020 - Save the Dates

The World Bar conference and 4th IATC conference dates have been announced.. Read more

Experts in Intyernational Arbitration: #It’s Not Just a Technicality

The ABA is delighted to be a supporter of the Bali International Arbitration & Mediation Centre’s Expert Summit. Read more

September quarter newsletter from the Legal Services Council.

Legal Services Council - third newsletter for 2019.. Read more

Protocol for the Bar Associations of Australia to raise any concern about Judicial conduct in Commonwealth courts.

The Chief Justice of the Federal Court of Australia, the Chief Justice of the Family Court of Australia and the Chief Judge of the Federal Circuit Court of Australia have agreed with the President of the Australian Bar Association. Read more

2019 ABA Annual General Meeting

The ABA AGM will be on 16 November at 9:30am at the NSW Bar Association, Selborne Chambers, 174 Phillip Street, Sydney. All members are welcome to attend. . Read more

Building Bridges: Resolving Disputes through International Arbitration

The ABA is pleased to be a supporting organisation of the ACICA and CiArb Building Bridges: Resolving Disputes through International Arbitration Conference which will launch Australian Arbitration Week.. Read more

ABA 2019-2020 committees

The membership of the ABA’s 2019-2020 committees have now been finalised.. Read more

ABA Committee membership: Expressions of interest

Each year the ABA reviews the need for committees, the role of each committee and membership of committees. The Australian Bar Association draws upon the experience and knowledge of its members to effectively represent the profession and advance public deb. Read more