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Events

The College's events are designed to meet the needs of judicial officers at every career stage. They reflect six key areas of judicial education: Law, Skills, Judicial Life, Social Context, First Nations and Non-Legal Knowledge.

If you are a Victorian judicial officer you can register your interest in upcoming events below. We also welcome interstate judicial officers. Please contact Melissa Griffiths, Acting Director, Education for further information.

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Social Context

Working together: A shared understanding.

16 June 2021
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In partnership with the Magistrates' Court of Victoria, we are delivering online multidisciplinary training to support the establishment of the new Specialist Family Violence Courts at Frankston and Heidelberg.

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Law

Sentencing: What's in a name?

17 June 2021
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Our twilight webinar will consider the implications of the Court of Appeal's decision in Brown v The Queen, where the Court resolved the issue of how personality disorders should be taken into account at sentencing.

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Social Context

VCAT: What is coercive control?

22 June 2021
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Award-winning author, Jess Hill, and family violence specialist, Abbey Newman, explore the complexities of coercive control and discuss how it may manifest in your Hearing room.

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Law

Evidence law essentials: Procedural considerations.

24 June 2021
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Procedural issues regarding the admission of evidence can be complex and challenging. This webinar, the first in a series focusing on topical issues in evidence law, will focus on these often contentious issues.