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Co-facilitated by the Hon. Murray Kellam AO QC, former Victorian Court of Appeal judge and leading ethicist Dr Attracta Lagan, this workshop will focus on personal and organisational integrity and applied ethics.

Exposed to the court of public opinion and a cacophony of voices in their private and public lives, how can judges maintain the essential pillars of the rule of law - impartiality and independence? Facilitating critical reflection, this practical workshop will challenge you to engage with wide-range of ethical issues.

Location

Melbourne CBD

Presenter
Attracta Lagan

Dr Attracta Lagan

Dr Lagan is a leading Australian business ethicist who has advised Boards and CEOs in both the corporate and not-for-profit sectors, as well as working extensively with both state and local government. She is a pioneer of corporate social responsibility and sustainability in Australia and challenges business leaders to develop positive values-led workplace cultures that balance what is good for business with what is good for society.

Murray Kellam

The Hon. Murray Kellam AO QC

The Hon. Murray Kellam was appointed to the Victorian County Court in 1993, the Supreme Court of Victoria in 1998 and the Court of Appeal in May 2007. From 2000 to 2002, he was President of the Australian Institute of Judicial Administration. Following his retirement from the bench in May 2009, Murray Kellam has continued work in relation to judicial ethics in Australia and overseas for UNICEF and UNDP in Mongolia, Myanmar, and the Maldives.

Presenter
Attracta Lagan

Dr Attracta Lagan

Dr Lagan is a leading Australian business ethicist who has advised Boards and CEOs in both the corporate and not-for-profit sectors, as well as working extensively with both state and local government. She is a pioneer of corporate social responsibility and sustainability in Australia and challenges business leaders to develop positive values-led workplace cultures that balance what is good for business with what is good for society.

Murray Kellam

The Hon. Murray Kellam AO QC

The Hon. Murray Kellam was appointed to the Victorian County Court in 1993, the Supreme Court of Victoria in 1998 and the Court of Appeal in May 2007. From 2000 to 2002, he was President of the Australian Institute of Judicial Administration. Following his retirement from the bench in May 2009, Murray Kellam has continued work in relation to judicial ethics in Australia and overseas for UNICEF and UNDP in Mongolia, Myanmar, and the Maldives.