1 year ago

20 October, 2016

The Law Society of NSW

Organised by:
Mackillop Law Students Society

You've spent countless hours studying at university and just finished your final exam, now what? This session addresses this critical point at any student's life and explores what is required of you as you move into full-time work.

Presenter: Thomas Spohr - Past President of NSW Young Lawyers 2014

Thomas is a prosecutor at the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (New South Wales). He has been in widely-reported prosecutions, including $45.3 million fraud by Rajina Subramaniam (said to be one of the largest by an individual in Australia's history), the prosecution of Katherina Abdallah for the murder of her cousin Suzie Sarkis, and the appeal by Carnita Matthews against her conviction for a traffic offence allegedly committed whilst wearing a burqa.