Know Your Rights: A practical guide to taking parental leave, returning to work, and requesting flexible working arrangements 
12.30pm for 12.45-2pm Presentation and Q&A, Thursday 26th October 2017
Carroll & O’Dea Lawyers, Level 18 St James Centre, 111 Elizabeth Street, Sydney NSW 2000 
The Women Lawyers Association of NSW invites you to join us for a practical seminar 
presented by highly experienced workplace lawyers: 

Alex Grayson, Principal, Maurice Blackburn & Head of Employment of Industrial Relations 
Elizabeth Ticehurst, Director, KPMG Law, Workplace & Employment Law Practice Group
Moderated by Janine Smith, a Senior Associate in Carroll & O’Dea’s Workplace Law Group

Alex Grayson,  a Principal of Maurice Blackburn Alex Grayson is a Principal of Maurice Blackburn and manages the Employment and Industrial Relations Practice of their Sydney office. She has over 20 years’ experience in industrial relations, including over a decade as a labour lawyer. Alex is particularly skilled in litigation, strategic negotiations, interpreting industrial instruments and contracts, advocacy and providing legal advice to executives. Alex provides advice and representation in several areas including workplace bullying, sexual harassment, breach of contract, redundancy situations and restraint of trade issues.
Elizabeth Ticehurst is a Director in the Workplace and Employment Law practice group at KPMG Law Elizabeth Ticehurst is a Director in the Workplace and Employment Law practice group at KPMG Law. She is a Law Society Accredited Specialist in Employment and Industrial Law and has a Master’s degree specialising in labour law.  Elizabeth helps businesses to understand and control their employment risks. As a senior member of the KPMG Law team she works with KPMG’s tax, corporate legal, advisory, immigration and workplace relations teams to provide a one-stop solution to organisations seeking to maximise productivity, embrace change and minimise risk.
 Janine Smith, a Senior Associate in Carroll & O’Dea’s Workplace Law Group The seminar will be moderated by Janine Smith, a Senior Associate in Carroll & O’Dea’s Workplace Law Group. Janine is an Accredited Specialist in Employment and Industrial Law, has an LLM in workplace law and is a member of the Law Society’s Specialist Accreditation Advisory Committee for E&I Law and the Workplace Practices Sub-Committee of WLANSW. She acts for both employees and employers across the spectrum of employment and WHS law.

Members FREE; Non-Members/Guests $35pp (incl. GST and refreshments). 
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