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Curtin Law School book launch – Personal Property Securities Act: Concepts in Practice

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Curtin Law School invites you to the launch of Personal Property Securities Act: Concepts in Practice, 4th edition by Linda Widdup. This launch is presented by the Hon Michael Kirby AC CMG.

Event details

Curtin Law School proudly invites you to the book launch of Personal Property Securities Act: Concepts in Practice, 4th edition.

Date
Friday 17 February 2017
Time
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Venue
Curtin Law School, 57 Murray Street, Perth

This authoritative work is a comprehensive and practical analysis of the PPSA. It focuses on providing an understanding of the PPSA that can be applied to real world situations as practitioners encounter them in practice.

Further details

Timings:

  • 12noon-1:00pm Book Launch

Light lunch provided

RSVP:

Please register by Wednesday 15 February 2017 to confirm your attendance. Early responses are appreciated.

About the author

Linda Widdup is a lawyer consulting in the areas of commercial law and a lecturer of law at Curtin Law School in Perth, Australia.

About the Hon Michael Kirby AC CMG

Michael Kirby is an international jurist, educator and former judge.  He served as a Deputy President of the Australian Conciliation and Arbitration Commission (1975-83); Chairman of the Australian Law Reform Commission (1975-84); Judge of the Federal Court of Australia (1983-4); President of the New South Wales Court of Appeal (1984-96); President of the Court of Appeal of Solomon Islands (1995-96) and Justice of the High Court of Australia (1996-2009).


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