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AALA announces 2021 National Cultural Diversity Summit

27 Aug 2021 2:49 PM | Deleted user

2021 National Cultural Diversity Online Summit

Cultural Diversity and the Legal Profession: Towards a More Inclusive Future

Date: Saturday 18 September 2021

Time: The Summit begins at midday (AEST), with a series of sessions throughout the afternoon, to conclude around 4:00 PM.

Registration: Registration is essential and is free for all people in Australia and across the world. To receive your personalised CVENT registration, you must register. Registration will open soon.

Summit Agenda: coming soon.

The Summit key note speakers include:

  • The Hon. Diana Bryant AO;

  • His Rt. Hon. Lord Justice Rabinder Singh;

  • Cheryl Chan, Director, Remotely Legal;
  • Remy Hii, Journalist and Actor (Neighbours and Crazy Rich Asians); 
  • Cross-cultural consultant, Tasneem Chopra OAM;
  • Award- winning comedian Sami Shah; and,
  • Hari Sivanesan will play you some sublime music. Hari has played for the BBC and with George Harrison from The Beatles.  


Hosting: The Summit will be hosted online by CVENT. The CVENT platform will provide registrants a seamless Summit experience, providing registrants the opportunity to actively participate in the Summit’s discussions. The CVENT platform creates a dynamic and immersive experience, allowing registrants to connect with our Sponsors and Partners and network with fellow registrants. 

Our impressive Summit sponsors and partners will be announced soon! AALA is excited to bring to our guests this year's exciting line up of speakers, thought-leaders and sponsors. This is the second National Cultural Diversity Summit and we aim to deliver yet another engaging, challenging and fun experience!

Who is the Summit for? 

AALA is throwing its doors wide open to the entire community and is giving all people, including students, policy-makers and practitioners, a chance to watch and participate in this conversation. The annual Summits are ideal for those who actively work in the legal industry in roles of management, human resourcing and reform and equally for those people who work in the wider community to promote and advocate for intersectional diversity and equal access to justice. The AALA National Summit is an ideal opportunity to expand your networks and ability to forge change.

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