The South Australian Chapter of the Hellenic Australian Lawyers Association hosted the John William Perry AO QC Oration before a capacity crowd on 30 August in Adelaide.
The well-attended Oration took the format of a “Great Debate”, with the topic: “The role of lawyers in modern society is in terminal decline”, and was held at the Published Arthouse.
Photographs from the Event
The “For” team consisted of Enzo Belperio (Barrister – Bar Chambers), Rachael Gray QC (Barrister – Victoria Square Chambers) and The Honourable Justice Samuel Doyle (Supreme Court of South Australia).
The “Against” team consisted of William Boucaut QC (Barrister – Len King Chambers), Mark Livesey QC (Barrister – Bar Chambers) and The Honourable Justice Natalie Charlesworth (Federal Court of Australia).
Adjudicator was The Honourable Chief Justice Chris Kourakis (Supreme Court of South Australia).
The Honourable Justice Melissa A Perry (Federal Court of Australia) was Speaker.
For more information about the Hellenic Australian Lawyers Association in South Australia contact Louis Leventis at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (08) 8410 0008