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EVENT: 2017 Twilight Seminar: Smart Technologies & Emerging Product Liability Risks

Description


Event Details

Start Date 26/07/2017
Start Time 4:15pm
Finish Date 26/07/2017
Finish Time 7:00pm
RSVP 21 July 2017 04:22 PM
Venue Name Minter Ellison
Sponsors Minter Ellison
Additional Information

Cost

The costs below is for tickets to attend A SINGLE SESSION.

Members $88.00
Non-Members $110.00
Bring a Client $25.00 (only available to AILA members) SELECT 'OTHER' TICKET ONLINE

Time

4:15pm Registration
4:30pm Introduction & Presentation
6:00pm Networking & Drinks
7:00pm Conclusion

Registration

Registration is available online for members, non-members and the bring a client ticket.

CLICK HERE for the event flyer/manual registration form.   

Twilight Series

CLICK HERE to access other individual Twilight Seminars, the Twilight Seminar Series package and other events in NSW

Sponsor

CPD Points

CPD points: 1 - 1 CPD | 1 ANZIIF | 1 NIBA Code: 12629

Address

Street Minter Ellison, Governor Macquarie Tower, Level 40, 1 Ferrer Place
City Sydney
Country Australia
State New South Wales

Contact information

Email Registrations to events@aila.com.au General Enquiries to office@aila.com.au
Contact Name Vickie Saccaro/Elizabeth Lim
Phone 1300 699 140

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