Tuesday 14 April, 6-8pm, 10 Love St, Spring Hill.
What do the ALP’s election promises mean for mining objection rights and access to justice in Queensland?
Admission is free, seats are limited. ADD YOUR DETAILS BELOW TO SECURE YOUR SEAT!
Join Lock the Gate President and long-time activist Drew Hutton (pictured, right) and EDO Qld law reform expert Revel Pointon for an open discussion on this important issue at EDO Qld’s ninth LawJam on Tuesday 14 April from 6-8pm.
Book now for your chance to not only listen to experts working at the front line and behind the scenes in law reform, but to also ask questions that matter to you and find out what role you can play to ensure the new Queensland Government effectively implements its pre-election promises.
EDO Qld will also be using this opportunity to provide an update for the Adani Carmichael coal mine objection, currently in the Land Court of Queensland.
10 Love St
Spring Hill 4000
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