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  • 29 Nov 2012 18:39 | Anonymous

    Wow, what an evening!

    On the night of 8 October 2012, we held a cocktail party with over 70 past and present members and friends of the Society celebrating our 30th anniversary.

    We enjoyed presentations from the Hon. Michael Kirby AC CMG, who inspired and challenged our thinking, a few words from me, and we were taken on a journey through the last 30 years with founding members, Philip Argy and Jim FitzSimons. MC for the night was our Vice President, Ruarri Fairweather.

    Mr Kirby spoke with admiration of the Indian High Court and its adoption of technology in reducing the reliance on paper through its operations and the lessons we can learn from a court which presides over the legal system serving more than a billion people. For more details of Mr Kirby‚Äôs comments and the night, please see the coverage in LawyersWeekly.

    Have a look at the photos from the night.

    The Society is proud to support AustLII by donating $1,000 from ticket sales.

    We thank those who attended for joining us, and look forward to the next 30 years with excitement. 

  • 30 Apr 2011 18:41 | Anonymous

    Advertising in the Journal

    As you may have already read, the Journal is sent to all members of the Societies in each Australian State and the New Zealand Society. Journal subscribers comprise more than 800 practising judges, barristers, solicitors, corporate counsel, computer and telecommunications company executives and professionals, and academics. It is also sent to a number of libraries and special interest areas in universities and other institutions.

    Therefore by advertising in the Journal you will be reaching a well-targeted group of professionals in the field of computers and the law.

    Advertising Rates (per issue)

    Advertisement Cost per issue
    Full Page
    Preprinted Flyers/inserts
    Half Page

  • 13 Oct 2010 18:41 | Anonymous

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