Asian Australian Lawyers Association Queensland (AALA) and Indigenous Lawyers Association of Queensland (ILAQ) warmly invites you to attend its inaugural cultural awareness training seminar where a panel of esteemed and experienced Indigenous lawyers will be providing an introduction into Indigenous cultural awareness issues aimed at legal professionals.
ILAQ and AALA are committed to advancing cultural and linguistic diversity in the legal profession. This is a rare opportunity for those working in the law to gain an insight into Indigenous cultural diversity and from a general, historical, and social perspective which can be used to improve their own practices and gain better outcomes for Indigenous clients.
The event is open and free to AALA and ILAQ members. We are also pleased to invite non-member guests (practitioners and students) to attend this event for a nominal fee. Registrations are essential as spaces are limited.
For further details please contact Reimen on (07) 3106 3815 or email@example.com.
Avelina Tarrago, President
Avelina is a Wangkamadla woman from central-west Queensland but grew up in Brisbane. Avelina was called to the Queensland bar in 2017; she is one of three Indigenous women to do so. Avelina previously worked for many years as a Federal Prosecutor for the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions. She currently works for the Office of the Health Ombudsman. Avelina is also a member of the Law Council of Australia’s Indigenous Legal Issues Committee.
Cassie Lang, Vice-President
Cassie’s family are from the Bundjalung People on the north coast of New South Wales but grew up in Brisbane. Cassie is a senior solicitor at Marrawah Law. In 2015 Cassie was recognised as one of the Doyle’s Guide Native Title Raising Star.
AALA gratefully acknowledges the support provided by the Queensland Law Society in hosting this CPD.
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