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Issue 16: March 2007
In Brief - News and Current Affairs Print E-mail

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Current affairs, news and classifieds ...

 Queensland Law Society Symposium - 2 March 2007

 

The Honourable Chief Justice delivered the opening address at the Queensland Law Society Symposium which took place on 2 March 2007. To download His Honour’s address, CLICK HERE.

 

 Townsville Introduction of QWCDec Launch - 23 February 2007

 

His Honour Judge Irwin, Chief Magistrate, delivered the opening address at the QWCDec Launch which was held in Townsville on 23 February 2007. To download a copy of His Honour’s address, CLICK HERE.

 

 

Biennial Australian Bar Association Conference - Chicago - 26-29 June 2007

 

The Biennial Australian Bar Association Conference will be held in Chicago on 26 - 29 June 2007. Major themes to be explored include:

  • Regulation and Independence
  • Litigation in the US
  • The Appointment of Judges: Tenure, Confirmation and Discipline
  • The US Constitution and Terrorism
  • Scepticism and the Judicial Method
  • Charters of Rights and the Role of Courts

For more information contact the Bar Association office.

  

QUT School of Justice - Research Project

A QUT criminologist is studying former offenders to shed further light on the process of "going straight" with the aim of cutting the growing prison population by helping more people to stop reoffending.

PhD researcher Rob Robertson, from Queensland University of Technology's School of Justice, is seeking participants for a study that will involve in-depth interviews with men and women who have had no convictions in the past five years after release from one or more years in prison. For more information, please contact Mr Robertson on (07) 3138 7133.     

 

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CPD Points for Contributions to Hearsay

Members are reminded of the following ruling of the CPD Accreditation Committee:

“The CPD Committee will allow 2 CPD points per article published in Hearsay and the Queensland Bar Journal. Additional points may be available on specific request from authors of substantive works.”

CPD Calendar 2006/2007
To download the CPD Calendar 2006/2007.

 

To place an advertisement in Hearsay
Contact Emma Macfarlane on (07)3236 4020 email hearsay@hearsay.org.au

 




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