Topic: Native title and equity: intersections and points of departure

Presenter: Dr Jonathan Fulcher - Partner, HopgoodGanim and Practitioner-in-Residence, TC Beirne School of Law, 
24 to 28 March 2014

Jonathan Fulcher is one of Australia's leading native title and cultural heritage lawyers, as ranked by Chambers Asia Pacific every year since 2007. He was awarded Australia's Leading Native Title Lawyer by ACQ Magazine in 2013 and was listed in Doyle's Guide to Australia's Leading Native Title Lawyers in 2010, 2012 and 2014. Jonathan has extensive experience negotiating native title and cultural heritage agreements in Victoria, New South Wales, Western Australia and Queensland. He has negotiated numerous Indigenous Land Use Agreements, Right to Negotiate Agreements and Cultural Heritage Management Plans during his career, and has authored a number of publications that have shaped Australia's native title and cultural heritage landscape.

Jonathan's past and current clients include Enertrade, Tarong Energy, Office of the Coordinator General, Sunwater and Stanwell Corporation. 

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Venue

Sir Samuel Griffith Room, 1-W341, Forgan Smith Building
Room: 
1-W341