Cairns Annual Case Review Afternoon Seminar


Including GST (1.5% surcharge applies for credit card payments)

Member: $35.00 AUD
Non Member: $75.00 AUD


Thursday 3 December 2020
The Salt House
2:15- 4:00pm followed by end of year function.

Contact us

02 9258 7726

Natalie Burt, Event Manager



The Salt House
Marina Point, 6/2 Pierpoint Road, Cairns City QLD 4870


Registrations Open: 24th Oct 20 9:00 AM

Registrations Close: 2nd Dec 20 5:00 PM

Places Available: 6

Cairns Annual Case Review Afternoon Seminar


Get prepared for 2021 with a comprehensive overview of recent developments in case law.

At the highly anticipated and final seminar for the year, you’ll hear a summary on local, practical and procedural issues in Queensland. Analysing legislation and cases handed-down by the High Court and state Courts of Appeal over the preceding year.

Important developments in pleading and disclosure that impact on all personal injuries cases will be discussed.

Held in Cairns on 3 December The Salt House , this is an event not to be missed!


Thursday 3 December 2020




Seminar commences


Seminar Concludes


The Salt House
Marina Point, 6/2 Pier Point Road
Cairns City



$35.00 AUD


$75.00 AUD


  • Delegate Folder

  • Name Badge

  • Hot plated breakfast

  • Electronic Version of Seminar Powerpoint post-event

  • Up to 1.5 CPD points


Tanya Straguszi
Maurice Blackburn Lawyers

Tanya was admitted to practice law in 2007 and is a Principal Lawyer and the Cairns Regional Office Leader at Maurice Blackburn. She is a member of the Serious Injury Team (QLD) and she has received the Lawyers Weekly Australian Law Award for Lawyer of the Year in 2018.

Mark Glen
Endeavour Chambers

Mark Glen has been a Barrister for over 30 years. He has practiced at the private bar in Cairns since that time. Mark has extensive trial experience over a range of areas including both criminal and civil litigation and tribunal experience. Over the years Mark has also been extensively involved in alternative dispute resolution of litigated claims. Since July 2018 Mark has recurrently been performing the role of Acting Integrity Commissioner of Queensland.

Covid-safe protocols

At the Australian Lawyers Alliance (ALA), we are committed to doing everything in our power to keep our event guests COVID-safe.

We want to reassure you that, at all ALA events, protecting your health and safety is our top priority.

New procedures at events include:

  • COVID-safe cleaning procedures and reinforcement of social distancing;
  • Easy-to-locate hand sanitising station at the registration desk;
  • All attendees required to sign-in and provide their full name and mobile number; and
  • The use of COVID-safe food and beverage services.

We ask that if you are planning on attending are are feeling unwell, please do not attend. You will be provided with the speakers presentations following the event.


Contact us

02 9258 7700

Natalie Burt, Event Manager