Future of education on the agenda at Corrs’ first industry event at 8 Chifley

14 November 2013
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Corrs partner Michael Chaaya, Corrs partner Christine Covington, Minister for Education, the Hon. Adrian Piccoli MP, McKell Institute Executive Director Peter Bentley
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Minister for Education, the Hon. Adrian Piccoli MP, today discussed the NSW Government’s plans for education reform and the importance of education excellence across rural and urban areas at a McKell Institute event held at Corrs Chambers Westgarth’s new building, 8 Chifley.

Corrs partnered with The McKell Institute, a public policy institute dedicated to developing practical policy ideas and contributing to public debate, to host a lunchtime policy discussion attended by more than 80 professionals from the business, government and education community. 

Corrs financial services partner Michael Chaaya opened the event and welcomed guests. Michael expressed his passion for education and the influence it has to empower individuals with a choice about their future.

McKell Institute Executive Director Peter Bentley introduced Minister Piccoli who made the keynote address on the issue of education reform in NSW since signing up to the National Plan for School Improvement.

The McKell Institute lunchtime policy discussion was the first major industry event to be held at Corrs’ new Sydney office at 8 Chifley.


For further information, please email Glenn Taylor or contact by phone on +61 2 9210 6593.