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Fundraiser for the Eden-Monaro By-Election

Join us for a fundraiser and update to the legal profession with Shadow Attorney-General the Hon Mark Dreyfus QC, MP. Tickets available online via the NSW Labor website: 
The Eden Monaro by-election will be a difficult election - and the country is watching. 

To help support the campaign, the NSW Society of Labor Lawyers will be hosting a fundraiser for Kristy McBain, a former lawyer, Mayor of Bega Valley Shire Council, and Labor’s candidate for the seat, to help her retain this seat for Labor. 
We’ll be joined by special guest, Shadow Attorney-General Hon Mark Dreyfus QC, MP who will provide an update on major legal developments at a federal level, including how Labor has been working to keep the Government accountable in their legal response to COVID-19.

Due to the continued pandemic restrictions, the event will be hosted on Zoom. Attendees can purchase a 1-hour Q&A session (general tickets), followed by a more private 1-hour session (exclusive tickets). All ticket holders will enter the draw to win a lucky door prize, delivered directly to the winner.
The fundraiser will be held on Monday 29 June 2020, from 6PM to 7PM (for general ticket holders) and 6PM to 8PM (for exclusive ticket holders). 

Ticket prices are as follows: 
  • General Ticket Holder (Non-Legal or Student): $30
  • General Ticket Holder (Legally-Qualified): $55
  • Exclusive Ticket Holder: $95
We hope you can join us to raise much needed funds for the Eden-Monaro campaign. Tickets can be purchased online via the NSW Labor website: click here. Once your ticket has been purchased, we'll be in touch closer to the date of the event to provide the weblink to attendees.  

Donation Disclaimer

All funds raised will go to the Australian Labor Party’s Eden-Monaro Campaign Account. By purchasing a ticket you declare that if you are a foreign donor, you have not made a donation for the amount or value:

  • of $100 or more if the donation is to be used for electoral expenditure or for creating or communicating electoral matter; or

  • $1,000 or more.

You further declare that this payment is not made on behalf of tobacco related business entities.

Section 314AC of the Electoral Act 1918 (Cth) requires amounts of more than $14,000 received from an individual or organisation in the 2019/20 financial year to be disclosed to the Australian Electoral Commission. 

Contributions up to the ATO tax limit are tax-deductible. ​

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