Second Annual NSW Criminal Law One Day TEN Point Masterclass Online

Masterclass,Legal CPD Compulsory Subject/s,Second Annual NSW Criminal Law One Day TEN Point Masterclass Online
Saturday 20 February 2021

9am to 4.35pm


-10 DAYS
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Earn 10 CPD units including the compulsory subjects by attending this one-day Masterclass.  6 substantive law units at the Masterclass and we’ll supply 4 free recorded video webinars – 3 covering each of the compulsory subjects and 1 other substantive law - to view at your leisure.  So all up you will earn your 10 CPD units for this CPD year.  All delegates will receive a CPD certificate following the conference.

  • Key Reforms and Updates in Criminal Law
    • Admissibility of Police Interviews in NSW: The High Court Verdict is In
      • Police interviews can be contentious when their admissibility is in question. Recent case law developments have raised fresh issues on admissibility of police interviews.
    • Criminal Matters and Mental Health: Unpacking the New Regime
      • The new Mental Health and Cognitive Impairment Forensic Provisions Act 2020 has changed the landscape for criminal proceedings involving clients with a mental health or cognitive impairment. This session examines the key changes and the practical challenges involved with the new regime.
    • NSW Sentencing Law: Keeping Ahead of the Changes
      • This session looks at sentencing law in NSW and brings practitioners up to date with recent changes.
  • Challenges in Practice
    • Tendency and Coincidence Law and other Evidence Law Changes in NSW
      • Recent developments in tendency and coincidence law have made it easier for the prosecution to adduce tendency evidence. This session looks at these changes and how you should be advising clients.
    • Lifting the Lid on Domestic Violence
      • The scourge of domestic violence has increased focus on its relationship with criminal law. Understanding how this problem intersects with criminal law is the subject of this session.
    • Strangulation Offence in NSW – A Question of Intention and Consent?
      • Recent changes to choking laws have raised the issue of intention and consent. This session looks at what practitioners need to be aware of in respect to choking laws.

In addition, all delegates will receive the following recorded webinars.  These webinars are being recorded in February and will be provided online by end February 2021 for you to view at your leisure to make up the 10 CPD units.

  1. Domestic Violence, Ethical Duties and Criminal Law:  Raising the Bar (ethics)
  2. The Art of Advocacy in the Local Court (professional skills)
  3. Criminal Law and Practice and Protecting your Mental Health (practice management & business skills)
  4. Update on Drug Offences in NSW (substantive law)

Philippa Grant, Solicitor Director, Medcalf Grant Lawyers, Sydney (Chair)

Joseph Simpson, Barrister, Greenway Chambers, Sydney

Mario Licha, Barrister, Clarence Chambers, Sydney

Michal Mantaj, Director, Conditsis Lawyers, Sydney

Manny Conditsis, Director, Conditsis Lawyers, Sydney

Paul Glissan, Barrister, Selborne Chambers, Sydney

Maxine Malaney, Criminal Lawyer, Streeton Lawyers, Sydney

Benjamin Pierce, Barrister, Sir Owen Dixon Chambers, Sydney


Multiple registration discount?

If you would like to send 3 or more people from your company to this masterclass the following discounts apply:

  • 3 registrations – 5% discount off each registration
  • 4 registrations – 10% discount off each registration
  • 5 or more registrations – 15% discount off each registration

To access this discount simply use the multiple registration option on our website. You can complete all of the registrations in one action and the discount will automatically be applied.


If you need assistance or have an enquiry, please do not hesitate to contact our Event Coordinator, Hayley Williams-Cameron on (03) 8601 7730 or email: [email protected]

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Product Code: SXNFEB21
 Price:   $990.00 (Inclusive of GST)