Events.

Our events, whether in person or online, are designed to impart knowledge, deepen understanding and promote judicial collegiality. College education supports judicial officers to stay up to date and to develop the skills needed to perform the judicial role.
A street art mural that depicts the neural pathways of the brain.

Social Context/
Understanding personality disorders and complex trauma.

14 May 2024 | Seminar

Mental disorder or impairment and drug dependency are common in people appearing in the criminal justice system. Yet they often don’t get the support they need.

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An illustration of people walking beneath a spotlight

Skills/
Jury trial management.

24 May 2024 | Full Day

Deepen your understanding of key legal and judicial practices in jury trial management.

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A photo of two workmen admiring a mural by artist, Adnate

First Nations/
Koori participants across courts: Who is here to help?

28 May 2024 | Seminar

Grow your awareness of the cultural and socioeconomic issues affecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples coming before the courts.

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Crying statue

Social Context/
Understanding family violence.

31 May 2024 | Half Day

Making the justice system safer for victim-survivors remains a priority for all courts and tribunals.

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A cropped shot of Artemisia Gentileschi’s ‘Judith beheading Holofernes’

Skills/
Managing sexual offence cases. 

28 June 2024 | Full Day

Sexual offence law is highly complex with judicial officers required to navigate law, evidence, procedure and emotion, in the context of changing legislation and evolving jurisprudence.

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Chief Judge Peter Kidd

Law/
Evidence essentials.

19 July 2024 | Half Day

A perennial favourite, this event provides judicial officers with the opportunity to hear from experienced judicial officers and experts on complex areas of evidence law.

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