http://beachgroupcommercial.com/?kachalka=binary-options-demo-operazioni-fatte&08c=5a The Criminal Bar Association encourages members to join with our legal colleagues to observe one minute’s silence for Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran.
follow link follow url What: Legal profession vigil for Sukumaran & Chan with speaker, Justice Lex Lasry
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For further details see the attached media alert.
The Court of Appeal in R v Boulton  VSCA 342, handed down just before Christmas, has given its first Guideline Judgment. It is very significant. A number of cases since then have resulted in sentences of a CCO where otherwise immediate imprisonment might have been expected.
Speaker(s): Scott Johns and Michael Stanton
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source url Where: Neil McPhee Room, Level 1, Owen Dixon Chambers East
The Guardian Australia published ‘Justice done Differently‘ on 7 February 2015 about the NSW Drug Court.
Members are no doubt aware of the likely execution of Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran in Bali. A number of our members along with their instructors have been working tirelessly to prevent the sentence being carried out.
Lasry J spoke today with the ABC. You can listen here.
Members will be pleased to hear that this morning, Nola Karapanagiotidis was awarded the International Commission of Jurists John Gibson Award for her advocacy work for asylum seekers and refugees. Congratulations Nola!
The first of this year’s members meetings will be at 5pm in the Neil McPhee room in ODE on Wednesday.