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Video Bundle: LIV CPD 2020 – Recent Developments in Elder Law

Video Bundle: LIV CPD 2020 – Recent Developments in Elder Law

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$99.00

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$110.00

CPD Units 3
  • Professional Skills
  • Practice Management & Business Skills
  • Substantive Law
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Recorded: 10 November 2020 | Approx Run Time: 3.25 hours

Expert presenters take you through prominent recent developments in elder law issues. Examine recent interpretations of the Guardianship and Administration Act 2019, learn about the Office of the Public Advocate’s new Future Planning Resources and how you can use them in your practice, obtain insights into the criminalisation of elder abuse in other Australian states, consider the current state of Aged Care in Victoria and more.

This video bundles includes four key recordings:

  1. Video 1 – LIV CPD 2020 – Recent Developments in Elder Law: The current state of aged care in Australia – Run Time: 31:32
  2. Video 2 – LIV CPD 2020 – Recent Developments in Elder Law: The Guardianship and Administration Act 2019 – The IFZ case - Run Time: 58:39
  3. Video 3 – LIV CPD 2020 – Recent Developments in Elder Law: Future planning – OPAs future planning resources – Run Time: 39:56
  4. Video 4 – LIV CPD 2020 – Recent Developments in Elder Law: Elder law hot topics – elder abuse in 2020 – Run Time: 1:00:53

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Further Details

  • Further Details

    Video 1 – LIV CPD 2020 – Recent Developments in Elder Law: The current state of aged care in Australia

    In this video, Queensland University of Technology Associate Professor and aged care commentator Sarah Holland-Batt GAICD discusses whether the Royal Commission will make a difference.

    • Run time: 31:32
    • Compliance area: PM, PS
    • Special LIV member price: $50

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    Video 2 – LIV CPD 2020 – Recent Developments in Elder Law: The Guardianship and Administration Act 2019 – The IFZ case

    This video takes a detailed look at the IFZ case and what it means for interpretation of the Act.

    • Run time: 58:39
    • Compliance area: SL
    • Special LIV member price: $50

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    Video 3 – LIV CPD 2020 – Recent Developments in Elder Law: Future planning – OPAs future planning resources

    In this video, Claire McNamara takes you through the OPA and the LIV’s newly created booklet Future planning for decision-making and the law in Victoria: A resource for lawyers who practice in future planning.

    • Run time: 39:56
    • Compliance area: PS, PM
    • Special LIV member price: $50

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    Video 4 – LIV CPD 2020 – Recent Developments in Elder Law: Elder law hot topics – elder abuse in 2020

    2020 has seen many matters arise in the area of elder abuse. In this video hear about some of the key matters arising in elder abuse from experts in the area.

    • Run time: 1:00:53
    • Compliance area: SL, PM
    • Special LIV member price: $50

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  • Presenters

    Video 1 – LIV CPD 2020 – Recent Developments in Elder Law: The current state of aged care in Australia

    Associate Professor Sarah Holland-Batt GAICD, Aged Care Commentator, Queensland University of Technology

    Associate Professor Sarah Holland-Batt is an award-winning poet, editor and critic within QUT’s Creative Industries Faculty and an aged care reform advocate. She comments and writes on aged care matters for outlets including the ABC's Q+A, 7.30, ABC News and Radio National; The Guardian; The Australian; The Project and Inside Story.

    Video 2 – LIV CPD 2020 – Recent Developments in Elder Law: The Guardianship and Administration Act 2019 – The IFZ case

    Moderator: Paul Beasant, Special Counsel, Estate Group, KCL Lawyers

    Paul Beasant practises in wills and estates, guardianship and administration, trusts and asset protection representing clients in litigation involving contested wills, estate disputes, trust disputes and breaches of fiduciary duties. Paul has a special interest in guardianship and administration, acting in VCAT applications and proceedings recovering assets for elderly clients.

    Presenter: Dr Ian Freckelton QC, Victorian Bar

    Ian Freckelton is an experienced Queen’s Counsel practising throughout Australia in administrative law, criminal law and personal injury law. He was called to the Bar in 1988 and took silk in 2007. He has appeared in a number of high profile guardianship and administration cases and is the author of many books, including the sixth edition of Expert Evidence: Law, Practice, Procedure in Advocacy (published in 2019), as well as the seven-volume looseleaf service on expert evidence. Ian sits as a judge of the Supreme Court of Nauru on a fly-in-fly-out basis and has sat on many administrative tribunals. He is currently a member of the Mental Health Tribunal of Victoria, the Victorian Bar Council and the Coronial Council of Victoria.

    Video 3 – LIV CPD 2020 – Recent Developments in Elder Law: Future planning – OPAs future planning resources

    Presenter: Claire McNamara, Senior Lawyer, Office of the Public Advocate

    Claire McNamara has worked at the Office of the Public Advocate (OPA) since 2005. Initially Claire worked as an Advocate/Guardian but since 2008 has worked as a legal officer. Claire is a member of both the LIV’s Elder Law Committee and Health Law Committee and was a recipient of an LIV award for service in 2013. Claire has contributed to many of OPA’s resources on future planning and has an interest in ensuring that future planning promotes people’s autonomy and minimises any risk of misuse and abuse. Claire has a background in community law.

    Video 4 – LIV CPD 2020 – Recent Developments in Elder Law: Elder law hot topics – elder abuse in 2020

    Presenter: Rebecca Edwards, Principal Lawyer, Seniors Rights Victoria

    Rebecca has practiced in private practice in rural and regional areas, for VLA and for the Kimberley Land Council. Rebecca also spent 10 years teaching the next generation of lawyers as a lecturer at La Trobe University. Returning to the practice of law in 2017, Rebecca was appointed Principal Lawyer at Seniors Rights Victoria.

    Presenter: Alasdair Gall, Senior Sergeant, Victoria Police

    Alasdair has 26 years of policing experience, including 14 years supervising in family violence: seven years as a Family Violence Liaison Officer, three years as a Family Violence Advisor & Manager of the Family Violence Unit-ED1 and four years at Family Violence Command. Alasdair holds the Elders portfolio at Family Violence Command and is the Project Lead of the Financial Elder Abuse Trial.

    Presenter: Elizabeth Samra, Solicitor, Legal Aid

    Liz Samra has been advocating for the rights of older people for over a decade. She manages the Older Persons ACT Legal Service and is a member of the ACT Elder Law and Succession Law Committee and the ACT Ministerial Advisory Council on Ageing. Prior to moving to the ACT, Liz was the principal solicitor of Seniors Rights Victoria.

  • Professional Development

    The Law Institute of Victoria's professional development program does more than just satisfy your compliance requirements for the CPD year, it provides you with quality and contemporary learning opportunities and practical solutions that you can apply to improve outcomes for your clients and support your practice for years to come.

    Learn more:

    Compliance requirements

    Upcoming CPD schedule

    Additional recorded webinars, events, training and online videos