Health Law in Review: 2020/21 Wrap Up Health Law in Review: 2020/21 Wrap Up

Event Details


Thursday, 11 November 2021 

Health Law in Review: 2020/21 Wrap Up

While the world has been grappling with a pandemic, the legal system, like our healthcare system, hasn’t slowed down. From gender dysphoria, to voluntary assisted dying to Gayle’s Law, there has been plenty of action in the health law space over the past 18 months. 

Join some of BN’s national health law experts for a lunchtime webinar where they will dissect the key developments in case law, legislation, disciplinary decisions and inquests from around the country since the beginning of the pandemic including, the inquests into the death of Zamia Ely-Smith & Margaret Ann Cahill in Queensland, the finding surrounding the death of Gayle Woodford and the passing of Gayle’s Law in South Australia, the negligence and assessment of damages in the Victorian case of Vlaming v von Marburg and the District Court of Western Australia’s wrongful birth claim in the matter of O‘Loughlin v McCallum and so many more!

Event Information

  • Thursday, 11 November 2021 
  • 12:00pm - 1:00pm AEST
  • Live webinar through Microsoft Teams

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