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Welcome to the 2018 Marcus Oldham Graduation Information Hub.

Here, you will be able to RSVP for Graduation, learn more about the ‘Life after Marcus’ Better Succession Seminar and stay up-to-date on any changes to the program. We look forward to seeing you at Graduation 2018.

ONLINE RSVP for Graduation
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Further details

Thursday 6th December 2018
2.00pm – 5.00pm
Ivo Dean Centre, Marcus Oldham

Start the conversation to plan for a successful succession of your family business. Our panel will share personal experience and expert advice to help begin the process.

Further details to come.

Friday 7th December 2018
12.00pm – 1.00pm
Ivo Dean Centre, Marcus Oldham

Marcus Oldham graduands and their guests are invited to a pre-graduation lunch to commence the Graduation celebrations.

Friday 6th December 2018
Costa Hall, Broughman Street, Geelong (map below)

$70 per person, graduating students and guests under 16 complimentary
Dress: Jacket and Tie
RSVPs Due: Friday 16th November 2018

Parking: For information on suitable parking options in Central Geelong, click here.

Her Excellency Professor the Honourable Kate Warner AC, The Governor of Tasmania

Tasmania’s 28th Governor, Her Excellency Professor the Honourable Kate Warner AC, was sworn to Office at Government House on Wednesday 10 December 2014.

Previously she was Professor, Faculty of Law, at the University of Tasmania and Director of the Tasmania Law Reform Institute. She had also in her career at the University held the positions of Dean, Faculty of Law, and Head of School. Following her appointment as Governor, she was made a professor emeritus.

On 26 January 2014, Her Excellency was appointed a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) for her significant service to the law, particularly in the areas of law reform and education. On 26 January 2017 she was appointed a Companion of the Order of Australia (AC) for her eminent service to the people of Tasmania through leading contributions to the legal community, to law reform, to higher education as an academic, researcher and publisher and as a supporter of the arts and environmental and social justice initiatives.

Her teaching interests included Criminal Law, Evidence, Criminology and Sentencing, and her research interests included Sentencing and Criminal Justice. Since her appointment as Governor, she has continued her research in Sentencing, in particular.

In addition to working with the Tasmania Law Reform Institute on its projects, she had been involved in providing advice and submissions on rape law reform, drug diversion and mental health diversion programs and abortion law reform. She also assisted other law reform bodies nationally including the New South Wales Law Reform Commission and the Australian Law Reform Commission.

If you are having difficulty with your online RSVP or would like any further information about Graduation, please contact:

Claudia Nasuti

03 5243 3533

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