Watch the 2022 Law and You Forum

Watch the track to Treaty in Victoria - structures, process and progress.

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Wednesday, October 12, 2022

Thank you to all who attended, and we hope you got as much out of this exploration of Victorian treaty as we did.

The relationship between Aboriginal Victorians and the State Government as peers in the negotiation process is particularly important and powerful, for this time and place and beyond.  

Thank you to our panelists Elly Patira, Eddie Cubillo, Sue-Anne Hunter, and James Thomson.

If you missed the event or would like to revisit any of the content, a full recording is now available. Watch below.

About the Law and You Forum

The Law and You Forum is a free, public event exploring different areas of the law that affect Victorians. Each year, we bring together a diverse panel of experts discuss hot-topic legal issues, moderated by the Executive Director of Victoria Law Foundation.

First hosted in 2017, past topics have included sport and the law, and voluntary assisted dying. Visit our webpage for more information on the Law and You Forum.

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