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 Third Annual NSW Criminal Law: One Day 10 Point Masterclass

Masterclass,Criminal Law,Third Annual NSW Criminal Law:  One Day 10 Point Masterclass
Saturday 26 February 2022

PARKROYAL Darling Harbour, Sydney

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 10 CPD UNITS - CPD CERTIFICATE

This masterclass has been designed to enable NSW criminal lawyers to earn their 10 CPD units for the CPD year ending 31.3.22. 

Delegates will attend 6 substantive law sessions at the Masterclass and we’ll supply 4 free on-demand video webinars – 3 covering each of the compulsory subjects plus 1 other - to view at your leisure by 31.3.22.  So all up you will earn your 10 CPD units for this CPD year.

All delegates will receive a CPD certificate following the conference.

Book with peace of mind

This masterclass is scheduled to be run face to face and online.  If we are unable to run the event face to face due to COVID related restrictions we will either convert the event to an online only event or postpone it to a later date.  Should you not wish to attend the online event or postponed event you will be entitled to a 100% refund of any registration fee paid or a credit for future use.

 THE PROGRAM

Reforms and Recent Developments

  • The Mental Health Legislation in Practice: A Review 12 Months On
    • In March 2021 the new provisions in section 14 of the Mental Health and Cognitive Impairment Forensic Provisions Act came into effect, designed to make significant changes to the finding of mental illness, the making of diversion orders and allowing for clearer determinations. This session will examine how the new legislation is working in practice.
  • When Yes means Yes:  Reforms to Consent Laws in Sexual Assault
    • The newly announced sexual assault consent reforms go further than the NSW Law Reform Commission recommendations and move the goal posts significantly in determining whether a complainant has given consent to sexual activity. This session will examine why this legislation has been a long time coming and what it will mean in practice for both complainants and accused.
  • NSW Criminal Law Legislative and Case Update and Developments
    • This session will provide an update into new laws and proposed legislation impacting on criminal practice in New South Wales


Courtroom Practice and Procedure

  • Not Child’s Play: Preparing for Criminal Cases Involving Children
    • Preparing for a criminal trial has its challenges, but never more so when children are involved as victims and/or witnesses. This session provides a guide to practitioners on the key essentials for child representation, giving evidence and general trial management in those circumstances.
  • Seeking the ICO Option in Sentencing
    • The Intensive Corrections Order scheme has, since its inception in 2018, resulted in a far more stringent and tailored order as an option for avoiding jail. This session will examine the key elements of the ICO scheme and how the courts have dealt with the change.
  • Navigating the Conviction Appeal Process from the Local to District Court
    • The rights of appeal from a decision of the Local Court to the District Court can appear straightforward on paper, but in practice the process can present considerable challenges, particularly following the recent decision in Hunyh v R [2021] NSWCCA 148. This session will examine the appeal process and provide advice to practitioners on factors which may impact the jurisdiction of the appeal court.


In addition, all delegates will receive the following on demand video webinars.  These webinars are being recorded in February and will be provided online by end February 2022 for you to view at your leisure by 31.3.22.

  1. Ethical Standards and Behaviour for Criminal Lawyers (ethics)
  2. Tips and Traps for Local Court Appearances (professional skills)
  3. Cyber Security: Managing Risk and Control in Your  Legal Practice (practice management & business skills)
  4. Challenging Unlawful Police Power (substantive law)
 THE FACULTY

Carol Younes, Partner, Hugo Law Group, Sydney (Morning Chair)

Avinash Singh, Principal, Astor Legal, Sydney

Jeannette Fahd, Principal Lawyer, Just Defence, Sydney

Mario Licha, Barrister, Clarence Chambers, Sydney

Justin Wong, Principal Lawyer, Streeton Lawyers, Sydney (Afternoon Chair)

Isha Caulfield, Principal Lawyer, Caulfield Solicitors, Sydney

Karen Espiner, Partner, Hugo Law Group, Sydney

Michal Mantaj, Director, Conditsis Lawyers, Sydney

 EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION OFFERR

If you register and pay by 11 February 2022 you will pay only $990a saving of $110 off the full price conference registration fee of $1100.

 ENQUIRIES/ASSISTANCE

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: SXNFEB22
 Price:   $990.00 (Inclusive of GST)
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