Contempt of Court Orders – your client’s rights and the powers of the court

When it comes to allegations of contempt of court orders in family law, you need to know your client’s rights and defences as well as the powers of the court. This seminar presented by Barrister Kylie Hillard will provide useful information about how to deal with this when it arises.

About Kylie
Kylie Hillard is a barrister in Queensland and practices at the Private Bar. Kylie works in a variety of areas including criminal law, family law, domestic violence law and has a strong interest in human rights and domestic violence advocacy. She is the Chair of National Advocacy for Soroptimist International Australia, was Vice-President of the Women Lawyers Association of Queensland for three years, is Secretary for the International Commission of Jurists Brisbane Chapter and is a member of the Equal Opportunity and Diversity Subcommittee of the Bar Association of Queensland.

Presented on 22 August 2016

CPD:
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Posted by Kylie Hillard

Kylie is a barrister at the private bar in Queensland and practices in a variety of areas. Kylie is also the Secretary of the Equal Opportunity and Diversity Subcommittee of the Bar Association of Queensland, is a founding Director of the Asia Pacific Professionals Association, President of Soroptimist International Brisbane, President of Labor Lawyers Queensland, and President of the Forest Lake ALP Branch. Kylie has also held positions including the Chair of National Advocacy for Soroptimist International Australia, and was the Vice-President of the Women Lawyers Association of Queensland for 3 years.