Annual Dinner – Parramatta & District Regional Law Society

Nov 2, 2023 | Publication

Western Sydney’s legal profession gathered for the Annual Dinner of the Parramatta & District Regional Law Society at CommBank Stadium! We are particularly grateful to Dr Hugh McDermott MP, Parliamentary Secretary to the Attorney General, Senior Vice President Brett McGrath of The Law Society of NSW and Deputy Chief Magistrate Tsavdaridis of the Local Court of NSW for their speeches.

Thank you to our sponsors City of Parramatta, Gerard Malouf & Partners and dVT Group for your wonderful support.

Thank you to the hard-working committee of our Society particularly Rebecca HegartyAleisha Nair, Chahine Chahine, Bernadette Melhem and Alison Cui for making the evening a great success!

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