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  • We ensure judicial officers are provided with opportunities to enhance their skills, knowledge and abilities
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  • We ensure judicial officers are aware of pressing social issues
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The Judicial College of Victoria provides education for judges, magistrates and VCAT members. We keep judicial officers abreast of developments in the law and social issues, and help them build and maintain the skills they need to perform their roles with rigour.

Maintaining the community’s confidence in judicial officers is essential to the rule of law. Judicial education and ongoing professional development are powerful agents to support and reinforce cultural change within the justice system.

News

  • Baseline Sentencing Workshop
    23/01/2015
    Don’t miss our free Baseline Sentencing Workshop on 26 February 2015. Co-delivered with Victoria Legal Aid, the Office of Public Prosecutions and the Sentencing Advisory Council.
  • Employment Opportunity - Manager, Research and Publications
    07/01/2015
    An exciting opportunity has arisen to join our Research and Publications team.
  • New Resource - Pocket Evidence Law
    10/12/2014
    Prepared by Justice Christopher Beale, Supreme Court of Victoria, this resource analyses the operation of uniform evidence law (UEL) in criminal proceedings in Victoria.
  • Sentencing Range Submissions
    19/11/2014
    The Victorian Court of Appeal has handed down a significant judgment today regarding the use of sentencing range submissions.

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The Judicial Officers Information Network (JOIN) is an online resource for judicial officers and their support staff. JOIN ensures judicial officers have access to legislation, judgments, publications including benchbooks and manuals, sentencing statistics and legal reference material.

JOIN is for work use only. All users must agree to the terms and conditions before using it. The Judicial College supplies and manages the username and password.