AGS provides a wide variety of annual and biennial legal conferences for Australian Government employees.
These conferences are presented by AGS experts and specialists and will often also feature invited speakers including judges, senior politicians and academics.
Full-day conferences are generally delivered over a full day in-person. When delivered virtually, conferences may comprise multiple shorter sessions over a number of days.
Conferences may also be delivered as a blended session, both in-person and virtually.
Pricing for tickets to AGS events is calculated on a cost recovery basis. AGS does not aim to make a profit. As a result we are, unfortunately, unable to offer any discounts on event registrations, including for group bookings.
Wednesday 30 November 2022
9 am - 4.15 pm AEDT (registration from
Administrative Law Conference 2022
Cost $595 (GST inclusive)
National Gallery of Australia
Online registration closes
|Details for each conference, including costs, will be posted around 4 weeks before the event date.|
Constitutional Law Conference
This forum focuses on a range of constitutional issues often encountered by Commonwealth agencies. It includes discussion of recent High Court decisions, and important developments in constitutional law during the past 2 years.
Administrative Law Conference
Administrative law remains central to the functioning of the Australian Government. This conference will bring you up to date with the latest developments in administrative law and their practical implications for Commonwealth administrators, decision-makers and lawyers.
Employment Law Conference
AGS has been advising on public sector employment law and workplace relations matters for many years. We have been involved in numerous high-profile individual HR matters, and our lawyers have had critical input into all of the recent employment and workplace relations law reforms, and have advised agencies on the implementation of those reforms in Commonwealth employment.
FOI and Privacy Law Conference
AGS has been at the forefront of developments in freedom of information (FOI), privacy and confidentiality laws since their enactment. We regularly advise on and act in the most high-profile and sensitive FOI and privacy matters.
Property and Construction Law Conference
This forum is an opportunity to discuss some of the practice, process and legal issues relevant to procurement and property in the Commonwealth sector.
Contact us to find out more or to express interest in a future event.