Papers for: Judicial Reasoning: Art or Science Conference 2009

Date: 7 to 8-Feb-2009
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Papers from the Judicial Reasoning Program


Papers for: 4th International Organisation for Judicial Training (IOJT) Conference

Date: 26 to 30-Oct-2009
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Papers from the 4th International Organisation for Judicial Training (IOJT) Conference


Papers for: Expert Evidence Conference 2011

Date: 12 to 13-Feb-2011
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Papers from the Expert Evidence Conference 2011


Papers for: Federal Crime and Sentencing Conference 2012

Date: 11 to 12-Feb-2012
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Papers from the Federal Crime and Sentencing Conference 2012.


Managing People in Court Conference

Date: 9 to 10-Feb-2013
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The 2013 conference focuses on the ways in which people’s behaviour is affected by the court surroundings, by the court proceedings and by their interaction with the Court personnel, including judges and administrators.


Papers for: Managing People in Court Conference 2013

Date: 9 to 10-Feb-2013
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Papers from the Managing People in Court Conference 2013


Papers for: ANU/NJCA Conference: Sentencing from theory to practice

Date: 8 to 9-Feb-2014
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This biennial conference explored current issues in sentencing and is jointly presented by the National Judicial College and the ANU.


Papers for: Seen and Heard: Children and the Courts (ANU/NJCA Joint Conference)

Date: 7 to 8-Feb-2015
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This conference will explore the common areas of interest between child protection and family law under the themes of ‘communication by, with and about children’. The Conference has been designed for judicial officers, legal practitioners, child protection and welfare officers, teachers, psychologists psychiatrists, medical and nursing practitioners and all who have an interest in the welfare of children.


Papers for: Current Issues in Sentencing Conference – 6-7 February 2016

Date: 6 to 7-Feb-2016
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The conference will focus upon sentencing in the context of:

* sentencing and neuroscience – using neuro psychological evidence as a mitigating factor at sentence;
* Indigenous Australians – looking through the Indigenous lens, pathways to and from offending
* women in prison in Australia – can sentencing of women who are victims of abuse accommodate the social problems that underpin the offending? Is enough being done to keep women offenders from returning to prison? and;
* domestic violence cases – do crimes committed in the domestic context attract a lesser sentence than for other offences of comparable violence and, do specialist family violence courts actually work?

Her Excellency Professor The Honourable Kate Warner AM is the key note speaker and will open the program.


Papers for: Joint NJCA / ANU Conference 2017: Brave New Worlds

Date: 4 to 5-Mar-2017
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The 2017 annual conference explored emerging research and issues in the areas of identification and evidence. Click on the conference title above to access these materials. More materials will be added soon.

Next year’s conference will focus on Sentencing. We welcome your suggestions for the 2018 Sentencing and 2019 conferences.