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With increasing case loads and complexity of matters, the ability to deliver an effective oral decision is an important skill for judicial officers to master.

This webinar is open to all judicial officers, but developed specifically for new appointees and those wanting a refresher. It provides an opportunity to hear from experienced judicial officers who will share their knowledge and techniques for preparing and delivering an oral decision.

This webinar is open to judicial officers only.

Location

Zoom webinar

Presenters

Justice Elizabeth Hollingworth

Justice Hollingworth was appointed to the Supreme Court of Victoria in June 2004. Her Honour has sat in both criminal and civil trials, and appeals. Her Honour graduated with a BCL from Oxford and was also the first Australian female lawyer to be awarded a Rhodes Scholarship. 

Judge Samantha Marks

Judge Marks was appointed to the County Court of Victoria in 2016 and sits in the Commercial Division. Her Honour is presently serving in the resident Vice President role at the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal.

Member Tony Horan

Member Horan is a Barrister and Sessional Member at the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal. He is a Senior Fellow of the University of Melbourne Law School, and is a guest lecturer at the Monash University Law School. 

Presenters

Justice Elizabeth Hollingworth

Justice Hollingworth was appointed to the Supreme Court of Victoria in June 2004. Her Honour has sat in both criminal and civil trials, and appeals. Her Honour graduated with a BCL from Oxford and was also the first Australian female lawyer to be awarded a Rhodes Scholarship. 

Judge Samantha Marks

Judge Marks was appointed to the County Court of Victoria in 2016 and sits in the Commercial Division. Her Honour is presently serving in the resident Vice President role at the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal.

Member Tony Horan

Member Horan is a Barrister and Sessional Member at the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal. He is a Senior Fellow of the University of Melbourne Law School, and is a guest lecturer at the Monash University Law School.