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September Dinner – Michelle McMahon Barrister

Michelle McMahon Barrister from 6 St James Hall Chambers addressed the Central Coast Law Society on Scope and Limitation of the Home Building Act and provided us with an update on Parsons and Anor & Masson [2018] FamCAFC 115 on Wednesday 19 September 2018 at the Member’s Dinner at Bamvino.

Pictured above is Michelle McMahon, Barrister; Kim Healy, Secretary of Central Coast Law Society; Rosemary Long, President of Central Coast Law Society and Val Richardson, Committee Member of Central Coast Law Society.

Immediate Past President of Law Society of NSW Pauline Wright (middle) with Central Coast Young Lawyers Representatives Michelle Meares (left) and Taylor Marks (right)

Central Coast Young Lawyers Networking

In August 2018 our Central Coast Young Lawyers held a networking event at the Tame Fox in Erina.

Immediate Past President of the NSW Law Society and Central Coast Lawyer Pauline Wright was the guest speaker providing our members with an insight into her journey from being a young lawyer to president of the Law Society. Pauline Wright is pictured above with Central Coast Young Lawyers Representatives Michelle Meares – left and Taylor Marks – right.

There is a closed Facebook Group for Central Coast Young Lawyers and an email list. If you would like to join and come along to our next event, please email either of the Central Coast Young Lawyers Representatives Taylor Marks at taylorm.ccyl@gmail.com or Michelle Meares at mmeares@wattsmccray.com.au.

Save Our Kids Suicide Project

On 22 May 2018, Rosemary Long, the President of the Central Coast Law Society (CCLS) and Val Richardson, one of our long standing Committee members, handed over a cheque for $2850.00 to Lester Pearson who is the team chair of Gosford North Rotary Save Our Kids (SOKS) suicide prevention project, to enable SOKS to provide three Mind Your Sports Mates courses.

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Bay to Bay – Central Coast Spirit

The Central Coast Law Society entered an enthusiastic team of lawyers and support staff from firms across the Central Coast in the annual Bay to Bay Fun Run on Sunday 17 June 2018 in support for charity.

The 12 km run from Woy Woy to Gosford on a rather chilly morning had over 30 participants from the Law Society Team wearing Central Coast Law Society t-shirts and one participant Louise McDonald who ran the 21 km marathon.

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Buying or Selling a Home

Buying or selling a home

A solicitor is invaluable to protect your interests they are highly qualified professionals who know your business and your local area. A solicitor will:

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