Join ALERA ACT for Prue Bindon's presentation on the use of dispute resolution clauses in the ACT and Commonwealth Governments’ enterprise agreements. This presentation will cover when to use these clauses, how not to use them, and how to use them to their best effect.
This presentation was originally scheduled during the ALERA ACT Conference on 29 March 2019. Good things come to those that wait and Prue Bindon will deliver her presentation at Key Chambers on 13 June 2019.
This event is free for members and non-members alike, and is a must for all industrial relations practitioners operating in the ACT.
Drinks and canapes will included in the free registration for this event.
About Prue Bindon
Prue was called to the Bar in July 2016 and works predominantly in the areas of employment, industrial, discrimination, commercial, corporations, professional discipline and administrative law. She accepts briefs for matters in ACT, NSW and Victoria. She acts for individuals, private enterprise and corporations, government and statutory agencies.
Before joining the Bar, Prue spent more than 10 years working in national and international law firms in Australia and Hong Kong, including King & Wood Mallesons and Linklaters, predominantly in the areas of employment, discrimination and industrial law.
Prue graduated from the Australian National University in 2002 with First Class Honours and the University Medal in Law. She went on to work as the associate to the Honourable Dyson Heydon AC QC on the High Court of Australia. She later undertook further study at Oxford University where she graduated with a Bachelor of Civil Law (BCL). She has been an associate lecturer at the ANU law school for many years and is currently teaching Commercial Law in the Masters program.
Prue served as the President of the Women Lawyers Association of the ACT over 2015–2017 and is currently a member of the Law Council of Australia’s Equal Opportunity Committee and is Chair of ACT Bar Association Equal Opportunity Subcommittee. She also maintains a number of professional memberships including the ACT Bar Association, NSW Bar Association, Victorian Bar Association, Women Lawyers Association ACT, Women Lawyers Association NSW, Women’s Legal Centre ACT & Region, Australian Labour Law Association, ALERA and Canberra Women in Business.