The Making of Quality Legislation seminar
Registrations are now open, to public sector personnel only, for the seminar The Making of Quality Legislation. This will be held on Wednesday 11 July in the Legislative Council Chamber in Parliament House.
The seminar will be hosted by the Attorney-General and presented in association with the Legislation Advisory Committee and the Office of the Clerk of the House of Representatives.
The seminar is an opportunity for policy and legal professionals from within the public sector to gain insight into the legislative process, with speakers from the judicial, legislative and executive branches of government.
Topics will include policy inception and development, legislative drafting, the passage of legislation through the House of Representatives (including select committee processes and the Committee of the whole House), and reflections from members of the judiciary on why good legislation matters.
Registrations will be accepted from 11 to 22 June. However, places are limited, and, as has been the case in previous years, registrations may close sooner. Please register on the link provided on this page.
If you wish to find out more about the legislative process and parliamentary practice, the Office of the Clerk provides training sessions for public servants, tertiary groups and special interest groups. See the related link on this page.