Event | EMR & Law, Melbourne, 26 October 2019

Hear world renowned Barrister Ray Broomhall speak about his process applied successfully to halt 4G/5G mobile phone towers.

Ray specialises in extremely complex matters and has repute for his lateral thinking and for finding solutions outside the square. He is in high demand throughout the world for his work on electromagnetic radiation issues and is considered to be one of the leading advocates in this field.

Electrosensitivity Australia and Stop Smart Meters Australia are thrilled to announce that Karen Knowles (known to many from Young Talent Time) will join the EMR & LAW event as a guest speaker alongside Ray Broomhall.  Karen is incredibly talented in many areas, including law.  Karen consults to a select group of businesses on legal and intellectual property strategy.  The combination of 35 years’ experience in the music and entertainment industries, extensive business management, legal experience in contract and intellectual property law at a top tier international law firm, experience as in-house legal counsel for several entities and experience in IT start ups liaising with technical, strategic and business development partners, all combine to offer a unique capability.

Saturday, 26 October, 2019

2pm – 5pm

West Preston Baptist Church Hall

108 Cramer Street, Preston

Tickets · $22.19 on Eventbrite

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6 Responses to Event | EMR & Law, Melbourne, 26 October 2019

  1. Joy Spain says:

    Are we able to purchase tickets at the venue
    Thnk u. Joy

  2. Anonymous says:

    For those who don’t have money, is there a way to attend?

  3. Di McMahon says:

    Send them down to Hobart as we desperately need to wake up all the slumbering Tasmanians in regards to this matter. No one here knows or seems to understand the seriousness of the situation unless you hail from interstate and have dealt with and been in the thick of it. Tassie needs to wake up and fast before its too late.

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