Current Issues in Sentencing Conference – 6-7 February 2016

Date: 6 to 7-Feb-2016
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Papers:

Sentencing and Neuroscience:  Traumatic Brain Injury among NSW Prisoners – Presentation
Dr Tony Butler PhD
Justice Health Research Program, Kirby Institute, University of New South Wales

Sentencing in Online Child Exploitation Cases – Presentation
Dr Gregor Urbas
Associate Professor of Law, University of Canberra

Women in prison in Australia – Paper
Women in prison in Australia – Presentation
Felicity Gerry QC, Barrister London and Darwin Chair RRTC, School of Law, Charles Darwin University, Australia.

Sentencing in Domestic Violence Cases – Paper
Sentencing in Domestic Violence Cases – Presentation
Magistrate Kate Hawkins, Deputy Chief Magistrate Felicity Broughton, Magistrates’ Court of Victoria

Women in Prison in Australia – Paper
Debbie Kilroy, Sisters Inside (CEO) and Principal of Kilroy and Callaghan Lawyers

Sentencing Indigenous Australians- Judicial challenges and possible ‘solutions’ – Paper
Sentencing Indigenous Australians- Judicial challenges and possible ‘solutions’ – Presentation
Judge Stephen Norrish, District Court of New South Wales

Sentencing Indigenous Australians – Paper
Stewart O’Connell, O’Brien Solicitors, Criminal Lawyers

Mental Abnormality: The Role of Neuropsychological Expert Opinion in Forensic Settings – Presentation
Wayne Reid PhD FAPS, Clinical Neuropsychologist, Clinical Psychologist

Mind and Brain: Role of the Forensic Psychiatrist – Presentation
Dr Yvonne Skinner, Consultant Psychiatrist