Courts as workplaces: Bystander training.
This interactive session equips County Court judges to transform from ‘bystander’ to ‘upstander’ in responding to and preventing sexual harassment and bullying.
Balancing the demands of judicial life.
Judicial work is meaningful and rewarding. It is also complex, demanding, and at times emotionally draining. The first 2 years following appointment are a time when intensities of judicial life are often felt particularly keenly.
Bail: risks, reasons and circumstances.
With serious consequences for both the accused person and the community, determining a bail application is a considerable burden for any judicial officer.
Fundamentals of evidence: Tendency and coincidence.
This program provides a chance to refine your practical skills in relation to tendency and coincidence evidence.