Virtual Hearings - Lessons from 2020

03/18/2021 01:00 pm // Australia/Melbourne Virtual Hearings - Lessons from 2020

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As part of Monash Law's Future Court Seminar Series, this event will discuss the practical aspects of conducting virtual court hearings with a view to offering the participants some guidance as to how advocates can improve their skills and performance at virtual hearings.

This seminar may credited towards your CPD requirements. Please visit the Law Institute of Victoria's Legal Compliance website for further information.


Speakers

Speakers: Professor David Tait, Helen Roberts, and Associate Professor Jacqui Horan

Professor David Tait, Adjunct Professor, Monash Law

Helen Roberts, Deputy Senior Crown Prosecutor, NSW Crown Prosecutors’ Chambers

Jacqui Horan, Associate Professor of Law, Monash University and member of the Victorian Bar (academic)


Event Partners

Logos for Monash University, Monash Law and the Transnational Criminal Law Group

Event Details

Date:
18 March 2021 at 1:00 pm

Description

To view this past event, click play on the video below:

As part of Monash Law's Future Court Seminar Series, this event will discuss the practical aspects of conducting virtual court hearings with a view to offering the participants some guidance as to how advocates can improve their skills and performance at virtual hearings.

This seminar may credited towards your CPD requirements. Please visit the Law Institute of Victoria's Legal Compliance website for further information.


Speakers

Speakers: Professor David Tait, Helen Roberts, and Associate Professor Jacqui Horan

Professor David Tait, Adjunct Professor, Monash Law

Helen Roberts, Deputy Senior Crown Prosecutor, NSW Crown Prosecutors’ Chambers

Jacqui Horan, Associate Professor of Law, Monash University and member of the Victorian Bar (academic)


Event Partners

Logos for Monash University, Monash Law and the Transnational Criminal Law Group