1.5 Standard CPD Units
Presenter: Julian Morrow
Date: Wednesday, 29 March 2023
Time: 5:00pm - 6:30pm
Did you miss Julian Morrow's Ethical Pursuit CPD trivia Quiz? Or you just want some more fun trivia whilst completing your CPD units?
Julian Morrow presents No Appeal, High Court CPD Trivia! Australia’s apex court finally gets the apex CPD trivia quiz it deserves. Julian Marrow, lapsed lawyer, co-founder of The Chaser and creator of Australia’s favourite law-adjacent TV show The Checkout, presents a uniquely informative and entertaining interactive CPD trivia quiz for lawyers. Comprising 39 questions, one for each of the High Court’s published judgments in 2022. No appeal is an original and engaging way to keep on top of recent legal developments, trivia has never been less trivial!
About the Presenter:
Julian Morrow has made a career of public nuisance in various forms, co-founding satirical media empire The Chaser and joke company Giant Dwarf, as well as making TV shows including The Election Chaser, CNNNN, The Chaser’s War on Everything, The Hamster Wheel and The Checkout. His work has been nominated, unsuccessfully, for many awards, and prosecuted successfully in many courts. In recent years, he was taken to claiming credit for the work of others as Executive Producer of Lawrence Leung’s series Choose Your Own Adventure and Unbelievable, Eliza and Hannah Reilly’s Growing Up Gracefully and Sarah Scheller & Alison Bell’s The Letdown (which won the 2018 and 2019 AACTA Award for Best TV Comedy). In 2012 and 2013 Julian lowered standards at ABC Radio National as host of Friday Drive, a program which led to huge career opportunities for its Monday-Thursday host, Waleed Aly. In 2020, he returned to Radio National as the presenter of Sunday Extra. In 2015, Julian founded Giant Dwarf theatre at 199 Cleveland Street Redfern, a venue which has been described as “absolutely hilarious” by his accountant. Over the years, Julian has interviewed countless people whose cache he tries to cash in on in his CV including Edward Snowden, Christopher Hitchens, Sting, Nobel Peace Prize winner Leymah Gbowee, Marc Newsome and the curator of TED Chris Anderson. Due to the unavailability of several respected media commentators, in 2009 Julian was invited to give the Andrew Olle Media Lecture, an honour he later demeaned by creating The Annual Inaugural Chaser Lecture. At the 50th Annual AWGIE Awards, the Fred Parsons Award for Outstanding Contribution to Australian Comedy was awarded to Julian Morrow by the event’s MC, Julian Morrow. Julian hopes one day to leave comedy and the media to pursue his dream of becoming a lawyer again.
Members more than three years: $135
Members less than three years: $110
Non Members: $185