Victoria Virtual Conference 2022

Contact Information

02 9258 7726

Natalie Burt, Event Manager





Registrations Open: 8th Mar 22 12:00 AM

Registrations Close: 25th May 22 12:00 PM

Places Available: 46

Victoria Virtual Conference 2022

Registration is open for the ALA’s Victoria Virtual Conference, the state’s longest-running CPD event for plaintiff lawyers.

Over two days, expert presenters will discuss and analyse current issues in personal injury law, providing you with information that will contribute to your professional development. Up to 8 CPD points can be claimed.

The Conference will be divided into two concurrent streams, with sessions covering common law, gender equality, the assessment of damages, wellbeing in the workforce, and the all-important TAC, workers' compensation and case review panels.

Program Highlights

Keynote address
MP Fiona Patten, Parliament of Victoria

Gender equality in the law with Kathleen Foley
Kathleen Foley, Barrister, Devers List

First Peoples’ Assembly towards Treaty
Marcus Stewart, Co-Chair First Peoples’ Assembly of Victoria

Plus the annual TAC, Workers' Compensation and case review panels.

Conference session times

Friday 27 May 2022 | 8:15AM - 5:05PM
Saturday 28 May 2022 | 9:00am - 2:00PM

Online attendee - Member


Online attendee - Non Member


Click here to register for in-person conference

Registration Inclusions

  • Access to all Conference sessions from Keynote Address to the closing session;

  • Password to access ALA Victoria Conference event app , which includes conference papers, maps, event schedules, push notifications, speaker biographies, Sponsor information and chance to interact with other delegates;


Please contact to discuss sponsorship opportunities.

Terms and conditions

Cancellations received before 18/04/22 will be refunded in full. NO REFUNDS WILL BE MADE AFTER As all costs will be pre-paid to service providers, these cancellation conditions apply to all registration, accommodation and social event payments. Changes are subject to availability. Substitutions are allowed up to 48 hours prior to the commencement of the conference and all requests must be made in writing.If there is a covid outbreak and the Victoria Government announce that events of 150+ attendees are not allowed, the ALA will provide access to the virtual conference.

All payments for registration, accommodation, activities and any applicable membership fees must be made prior to the commencement of the conference. We reserve the right to cancel some or all of your booking if payment is not received. Accommodation payments, cancellations and changes are subject to the requirements of the hotel and its arrangements with the Australian Lawyers Alliance in relation to room guarantees. Accommodation charges are include one breakfast. Delegates are responsible for all incidental charges payable to the hotel on departure. In the case of a 'no show', all payments due for registration, social events, accommodation or any associated fees will still need to be settled by the registrant after the event.

The Australian Lawyers Alliance reserves the right to alter any published program. The right is reserved to cancel or change itineraries or substitute services without notice. In most instances, comprehensive papers are provided by the speakers, however, the Australian Lawyers Alliance is unable to take responsibility for papers not provided.

The Australian Lawyers Alliance assumes no liability whatsoever for injury, damage, loss, accident or delay to persons or property other than to the minimum extent required by law. In view of statutory or contractual limitations that may apply to personal injury or property damage and loss, the purchase of accident, baggage & travel insurance is strongly recommended.

The ALA manages your personal information in accordance with our responsibilities under the relevant laws.All attendee contact details will be provided to event partners for one post event email.