About the event

This seminar is also available as a webinar 

 In the High Court case of ASIC v Kobelt, the High Court dismissed ASIC’s appeal and found Mr Kobelt was not guilty of unconscionable conduct by operating a book-up credit system.

This seminar will consider the divergent approaches taken by the 4:3 majority in the High Court  including whether a voluntary choice was made to enter into a credit arrangement by vulnerable customers in a remote indigenous community, and the divided approaches taken to statutory unconscionability.

Level: General 

Author Profiles

James Healy

Barrister, Francis Burt Chambers

Author Profiles

James Healy

Course Details

Date & Time:
Wednesday, 4 March 2020 1:00pm – 2:00pm



The Law Society of Western Australia

Level 5, 160 St Georges Terrace


A light lunch will be provided. 


CPD Points:

1.0 Point Competency 4: Substantive Law



Member: $137

Early – Bird Member*: $110

Non – Member: $212

Young Lawyer CPD**: $102

CPD Freedom: $0

*Early – Bird Member pricing expires 1 February 2020

**Law Society Members less than 5 years practicing and/or under 35 years of age


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Date & Time:

Wed, 4 March 2020 1.00pm - 2.00pm


Level 5, 160 St Georges Terrace PERTH wa

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CPD Points:

none Points Professional Management

none Points Professional Responsibility

Points Skills

none Points Ethics







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