On Demand Webinars

Understanding and responding to coercive control

Understanding and responding to coercive control

Webinar Date: June 29, 2022

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This webinar, presented by Julie Sarkozi, Practice Director, Law Reform and Education and Counselling Notes Protect Lawyer at Women’s Legal Service Queensland (WLSQ), will outline the learnings from WLSQ’s research and evaluation project in partnership with North Queensland Women’s Legal Service (NQWLS), funded by the […]

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The New Employment Services Model

The New Employment Services Model: What’s new? What’s changed?

Webinar Date: June 15, 2022

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On 1 July this year, jobactive will be replaced by a new and completely different employment services model, known as Workforce Australia. In late May, social security income support recipients who are required to use employment services (ie jobactive participants) will receive letters from the

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Climate change and legal need

Climate change and legal need: What do we know? Where are the gaps?

Webinar Date: June 02, 2022

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Every day civil law problems are likely to accelerate as a result of both slow onset climate change, as well as standalone extreme weather events like the recent Queensland floods. This webinar, presented by Monica Taylor, PhD student at the QUT School of Law, will

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Sex work law review: Shifting to decriminalisation

Sex work law review: Shifting to decriminalisation

Webinar Date: May 25, 2022

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Most Queenslanders assume sex work has already been decriminalised, however the reality is very different. The majority of sex work workplaces are illegal under the Prostitution Act 1999 (Qld) and sex workers’ safety strategies are criminalised under the Criminal Code (Qld). Section 229H of the Code:

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Flood and body corporates

CLCQ Flood Webinar Series 2022: Body corporate disputes arising from flood damage

Webinar Date: May 03, 2022

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Disputes between the body corporate and lot owners are common where damage has been caused to property within a body corporate scheme by extreme weather events, as it is often unknown, or difficult to determine who is responsible for the damage caused or for rectification

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Flood and body corporates

CLCQ Flood Webinar Series 2022: Floods and insurance – How to navigate insurance claims

Webinar Date: April 27, 2022

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The ‘rain bomb’ over South East Queensland has left many properties flooded with water or otherwise damaged by the rain. It has resulted in significant damage to houses, businesses, cars, and personal property. It is often difficult for individuals to navigate insurance policies and claims

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