Infrastructure projects can be divisive.  Judicial review is way for community groups and individuals who are dissatisfied with an infrastructure project to challenge the approvals that underpin the project.  
 
The Land, Planning and Environment Practice Group of the Victorian Government Solicitor’s Office invites you to a panel discussion that will explore judicial review from both a project approvals and project management perspective. 
 
Natasha Maugueret, Managing Principal Solicitor, will facilitate the discussion and pose a series of questions to panellists regarding:
 
  • Preliminary project planning
  • Legislative approval mechanisms
  • Nature of judicial review
  • Judicial review proceedings

 

Your panellists
 

 
Josh Miller
Director, Commercial and Legal Program
Office of the Coordinator-General
 
Josh is responsible for overseeing the commercial and legal aspects of the Victorian Major Transport Infrastructure Program, which includes the Metro Tunnel Project, Level Crossing Removal Project, West Gate Tunnel Project and North East Link Project. The program involves a wide range of planning issues and approval pathways spanning the various projects.
 
 
 
Edwina Ryan
Senior Project Manager
Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning
 
Edwina has significant experience providing advice to the Minister for Planning on approvals and other matters for major infrastructure projects, including the Metro Tunnel Project and Level Crossing Removal Project. 
 
Edwina was involved in the assessment of the government’s Caulfield Dandenong Rail Upgrade Project and assisted during the judicial review of the Minister’s decision on this project.
 
 
 
Mark Egan
Principal Solicitor
Victorian Government Solicitor's Office
 
Mark has particular expertise in assisting government with statutory approvals and powers in the delivery of government projects. 
 
Mark has advised and represented decision makers in applications for judicial review and also has significant experience in varied and complex land acquisition, compensation, valuation and related matters.  
 

 

Friday 12:30PM 27 Oct 17 2017
Seminar
12:30pm to 2:00pm
Number of attendees: 
180