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Webinar recording | Reflections on ADR from a career in Government

with Resolution Institute Ambassador Ian Govey AM

Pre-recorded | Online

In this webinar, Ian shares reflections on his years at the centre of Government thinking on dispute resolution, as well as his thoughts on the future of dispute resolution.

"A conversational style webinar where Ian offers insights and reflections on the history of ADR in Australia, from a Government perspective."

Ian spent many years, in various Government legal roles, championing ADR approaches to addressing access to justice issues.

Join Ian to listen to an informal chat (albeit broadcast live!) with Resolution Institute CEO Fiona Hollier. Ian has shared reflections on his years at the centre of Government thinking on dispute resolution, as well as his thoughts on the future of dispute resolution.

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About the presenter

Ian Govey AM

Ian Govey was the head of the Australian Government Solicitor from 2010 to 2016, during a time of significant change to the organisation. Prior to that Ian was the Deputy Secretary, Civil Justice and Legal Services in the Attorney-General’s Department for 10 years. In 2015 he was appointed a Member of the Order of Australia for his leadership in the provision of government legal services and for significant service to public administration and to the Law.

Ian is currently a board member of the Australasian Legal Information Institute and a director of the Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration (ACICA). He also contributed significantly to the work of the National ADR Advisory Council (NADRAC) in Australia.