Miro Films has just completed a slate of 4 major productions for The Law Institute of Victoria in a major revamp of the Institute’s online and hard copy educational video program.
Professor Nahum Mushin is one of the featured panellists on the new CPD video on legal ethics for the Law Institute of Victoria.
The Law Institute of Victoria tapped Miro Films for the new educational videos because of its great heritage in the arts and education documentary field.
The Videos included two long-form programs featuring new material on the move to eConveyancing and the perennial Legal Ethics issues which form an important part of the Institute’s offering to lawyers seeking advice on daily practice issues.
Miro also produced a documentary style program around the commissioning of the portrait of the first solicitor appointed a Supreme Court Judge, Bernard Teague AO.
Former Victorian Premier John Brumby features in the Law Institute documentary on the appointment of Bernie Teague AO as the Royal Commissioner for Bushfires.
Portrait of John Brumby by Michel Lawrence