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We are all having to adapt to new ways of working remotely, and electronic court books and briefs are here to stay.
This seminar is a beginners’ guide to setting up and accessing eBrief, uploading documents, tags and annotation and creating Court Books.
In this CPD, Her Honour Judge Lawson outline the history and the context that led to the establishment of the Koori Court. Her Honour also explain how the modified virtual process is operating.
Nerita Waight, the CEO of Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service, present on the Aboriginal Community Justice Reports Project.
Early Neutral Evaluation (ENE) is a new alternative dispute resolution mechanism used in the Building Cases List in the County Court.
In this seminar, His Honour, Judge Woodward, Judge in charge of the Building Cases List, explains what ENE is, how it works, and the benefits it offers amongst the suite of ADR options available to resolve disputes.
Pamela Matthews has practiced independently as a Forensic Psychologist in the State and Federal Court system for the past 24 years.
In this CPD, she will focus on the diagnosis and treatment of sexual offenders. What is involved in assessing future risk? How predictive are the risk assessment tools? These questions and more will be answered.
In this seminar, presenter Megan Tennyson of the PEXA Partner Program will explain what PEXA is, and how it has changed property transactions. What impact does this have on drafting family law property orders? Do s.106A orders work in the PEXA world? These questions and more will be answered.
In the third instalment of their CPD series on virtual appearance work, Kathleen Foley and Emrys Nekvapil focus on virtual hearings in the Supreme Court of Victoria.
A CPD event during National Reconciliation Week on legal developments impacting Aboriginal clients and bail, community justice reports and COVID-19. Hear from solicitors and barristers working directly with Aboriginal legal services and Aboriginal clients in Victoria on the latest case law and the intersection between legal and cultural matters.
This seminar will help lawyers who are prepared to help clients with migration law problems, but who may be new to migration law or administrative law in general, to understand the basics of running migration litigation.