College Outcomes

Courtroom training for new judiciary
New appointees attend judicial orientation

The College’s work contributes to:

  • a more unified and engaged court system for Victoria
  • a reduced cost of justice
  • improved judicial work practices
  • modern court management
  • enhanced judicial skills and knowledge
  • the resilience, capacity and adaptability of judicial officers.

 The College measures its success against these outcomes. We look for:

  • widespread participation in College programs and activities
  • high levels of judicial support for the College
  • improved and more effective judicial work practices 
  • increased levels of public confidence that the judiciary is keeping pace with social change and in touch with community attitudes
  • effective implementation of legislative reforms
  • increased judicial wellbeing.

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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.

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