FWC and CELRL: Workplace Relations Lecture - 24 May 2013
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Professor Mark Bray
The Fair Work Commission’s President, Justice Ross, is pleased to announce the second lecture in the Workplace Relations Lecture Series. The series is a collaboration with the Centre of Employment & Labour Relations Law at the Melbourne Law School.
The series will comprise of free public lectures by researchers, judicial officers and others working in the field of workplace relations both in Australia and overseas.
The second lecture will be presented by Professor Mark Bray on Friday 24 May 2013. Professor Bray’s lecture is titled ‘The ambiguities of workplace cooperation’.
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Lecture Theatre G08, Ground Floor
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17 May 2013
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