• CPD Points: 1 [SL]
  • Price: $77.00
  • Area: Construction Law; Environmental Law; Local Government; Motor Vehicle; Planning Law
  • Delivered: March 2020
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  • Recording
  • Paper (14 pages)

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Description

This topic, delivered by Shaun McElwaine SC, explains why the Common Law relating to the dedication of highways most often does not apply in Tasmania, and that has been the case since the Police Government Act 1865.

Shaun McElwaine, Principal, Shaun McElwaine + Associates

About the Presenter:

Mr Shaun McElwaine SC graduated UNSW with a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Commerce in 1983. He was a solicitor at Zeeman Kable and Page where he became a partner in 1989. In 1996 he launched his own firm, Shaun McElwaine + Associates. He was appointed to Senior Counsel in 2013. He has appeared as counsel in many trials and appeals in a broad range of matters within his fields of expertise and has extensive experience as a barrister and solicitor in diverse matters and for a large range of clients. He has held a number of committee positions: member of the Rules Committee of Supreme Court of Tasmania; Incorporated Council of Law Reporting for Tasmania; Federal Court of Australia Users Group for Tasmania; and Supreme Court of Tasmania Users Group, as nominee of the Law Society of Tasmania.

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