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Workplace Relations Legislation Update with Mitchell Brennan

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Join us on the 9th May 2024 as Mitchell Brennan presents a workplace relations legislation update. Mitchell’s extensive experience includes serving as an Associate at the Fair Work Commission, in-house legal counsel at a publicly listed integrated services provider and in private legal practice. The event will include a one-hour presentation, followed by an opportunity to ask questions. There will also be an opportunity to connect with your fellow HR practitioners and people managers at the end of the session.  

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About our presenter, 

Mitchell Brennan, Senior Associate, Herbert Smith Freehills, Melbourne

Mitchell is a Senior Associate in the Employment, Industrial Relations and Safety practice at Herbert Smith Freehills.  Mitchell has wide ranging experience across all areas of workplace law, obtained in both private legal practice and as in-house legal counsel at a publicly listed integrated services provider.   Prior to commencing legal practice, Mitchell served as an Associate at the Fair Work Commission, Australia’s national workplace relations tribunal.

Mitchell draws upon his experience and understanding of Australia’s complex workplace relations framework to deliver innovative, practical and solutions focused outcomes that advance the commercial and strategic interests of his clients.  Mitchell relishes the opportunity to collaborate with clients and spend time in their workplaces to better understand their operations and the ways in which work is performed.  Mitchell is also a keen advocate and regularly appears on behalf of clients in the Fair Work Commission and state and territory-based workplace relations tribunals.


Background

Master of Laws (Juris Doctor) from Monash University and a Bachelor of Environmental Science and Management from the University of Newcastle.

Admitted to practice as a barrister and solicitor in the High Court of Australia and Supreme Court of Victoria.

Member of the Law Institute of Victoria and the Industrial Relations Society of Victoria.



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