Critical Updates on Youth Justice Over Lunch, Over 3 Weeks

Interested in the latest in youth justice? Attend these 3 all-encompassing hour-long sessions either online or on demand. They will fit perfectly into your busy schedule as you can have some lunch while you delve into watch-houses, detention, bail, monitoring devices, and addressing issues surrounding serious repeat offenders. Explore the nuances of the impact of domestic and family violence on the sentencing of children. Engage with Youth Justice Outcomes, presented by Judge Richards from the District Court of Queensland, to delve into tensions and challenges within the system. Navigate the intricacies of representing children in the Supreme Court, enhancing your understanding of pre-trial issues, applications for judge-alone trials, and sentencing considerations.


Early Bird Discount ends 10 May 2024 $294.00
Description

Attend the full series and earn 3 CPD units in Legal Knowledge
This program is based on QLD legislation

If you register for the full series as a live online product after the date of an individual session, you will be sent the recording for the sessions that have passed. Alternatively, you can register for individual sessions by following the links below.

Critical Updates on Youth Justice Over Lunch, Over 3 Weeks: Strengthening Community Safety and Other Legislative Developments in the Youth Justice Space

Friday, 10 May 2024

Interested in the latest in youth justice? Attend these 3 all-encompassing hour-long sessions either online or on demand. They will fit perfectly into your busy schedule as you can have some lunch while you delve into watch-houses, detention, bail, monitoring devices, and addressing issues surrounding serious repeat offenders. Explore the nuances of the impact of domestic and family violence on the sentencing of children. 

Description

Attend and earn 1 CPD unit in Legal Knowledge
This program is based on QLD legislation

Chair:

Nick Dore, Managing Director, Fisher Dore Lawyers; Accredited Specialist in Criminal Law; Preeminent Criminal Defence Lawyer, Doyle’s Guide, 2022

1.30pm to 2.30pm Strengthening Community Safety and Other Legislative Developments in the Youth Justice Space
  • Watch-houses, detention and bail
  • Monitoring devices
  • Serious repeat offenders
  • Relevance of domestic and family violence when sentencing children
  • What’s next: Potential future developments

Presented by Anna Cappellano, Barrister, Higgins Chambers; Recommended Criminal Law Barrister, Junior Counsel, Doyle’s Guide, 2023

Presenters

Nick Dore, Managing Director, Fisher Dore Lawyers
Nick was admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland in 2002 after completing a two year articled clerkship in Criminal Law. He then commenced work for a prominent criminal law firm and in 2006 commenced his partnership with Terry Fisher and formed Fisher Dore Lawyers. In 2010, Nick obtained the Highest Achiever award when undertaking the Criminal Law Accredited Specialist assessment in Queensland. He was on the QLS Criminal Law Accredited Specialist committee from 2016 - 2022 including his time as Chair in 2020. He is also a member of the QLS Criminal Law Committee. Nick regularly presents and Chairs seminars relating to criminal law topics. He practises exclusively in Criminal Law.

Anna Cappellano, Barrister, Higgins Chambers
Anna has practiced at the private Bar in Queensland since 2008. She is passionate about social justice and providing fearless advocacy for people who find themselves confronting the criminal justice system. Anna’s practice at the Bar focuses primarily on criminal law and regulatory matters. She regularly appears on behalf of both defendants and prosecuting authorities at the State and Commonwealth level in proceedings in the District Courts, Supreme Court of Queensland, the Queensland Court of Appeal and the Norfolk Island Court of Petty Sessions and Supreme Court. In 2022, Anna was one of the Counsel Assisting the Commission of Inquiry into Queensland Police Service responses to domestic and family violence. Anna is also member of the Bar Association’s Criminal Law Committee.

 

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Critical Updates on Youth Justice Over Lunch, Over 3 Weeks: Youth Justice Outcomes: Tensions and Challenges

Friday, 17 May 2024

Interested in the latest in youth justice? Attend these 3 all-encompassing hour-long sessions either online or on demand. Engage with Youth Justice Outcomes, presented by Judge Richards from the District Court of Queensland, to delve into tensions and challenges within the system. 

Description

Attend and earn 1 CPD unit in Legal Knowledge
This program is based on QLD legislation

Chair:

Nick Dore, Managing Director, Fisher Dore Lawyers; Accredited Specialist in Criminal Law; Preeminent Criminal Defence Lawyer, Doyle’s Guide, 2022 

1.30pm to 2.30pm Youth Justice Outcomes: Tensions and Challenges

Presented by Her Honour Judge Deborah Richards, District Court of Queensland and President of the Children’s Court of Queensland

Presenters

Nick Dore, Managing Director, Fisher Dore Lawyers
Nick was admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland in 2002 after completing a two year articled clerkship in Criminal Law. He then commenced work for a prominent criminal law firm and in 2006 commenced his partnership with Terry Fisher and formed Fisher Dore Lawyers. In 2010, Nick obtained the Highest Achiever award when undertaking the Criminal Law Accredited Specialist assessment in Queensland. He was on the QLS Criminal Law Accredited Specialist committee from 2016 - 2022 including his time as Chair in 2020. He is also a member of the QLS Criminal Law Committee. Nick regularly presents and Chairs seminars relating to criminal law topics. He practises exclusively in Criminal Law.

Her Honour Judge Deborah Richards, District Court of Queensland and President of the Children’s Court of Queensland
Her Honour Judge Richards is a graduate of The University of Queensland-Bachelor of Laws (1986). Judge Richards began her legal career as a clerk at the Prosecutions Branch of Crown Law Office (1979-, 1985) and the Director of Prosecutions Office (1985-86). Her Honour was admitted as a barrister of the Supreme Court of Queensland in 1985., Following a period as a crown prosecutor (1986-88) Judge Richards practised at the Brisbane Bar from 1989 to 1994. During that period, Her Honour was in-house Counsel to the Policy and Legislation Division of the Department of Local Government (1988)., Judge Richards was a member of the Women's Electoral Lobby (1990-92) and official visitor to the Women's Prison from 1990 to 1994., Her Honour was the Deputy Public Defender (1994-98) and Acting Public Defender (1998) at the Legal Aid Office. Her Honour lectured in Anti-, Discrimination Law for the Bar Practice Course (1997-98)., Judge Richards served as member of the Criminal Law Division Litigation Reform Commission (1995-96) and the Taskforce on Women and the Criminal Code (1998)., Her Honour has shared her expertise at numerous events including as chair of the Jury Research workshop at the Courts of the Future Network (2005), as panel member at the Protecting Children Today Conference (2006) and panel member of the Grand Rounds at the 'Shadow of Blame' Medico-Legal Conference in 2006., Her Honour was appointed a judge of the District Court in 1998., Judge Richards was featured in 'A Woman's Place: 100 years of Queensland Women Lawyers', published by the Supreme Court Library Queensland in 2005.

 

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Critical Updates on Youth Justice Over Lunch, Over 3 Weeks: Representing Children in the Supreme Court: Pre-Trial Issues and Sentencing

Friday, 24 May 2024

Interested in the latest in youth justice? Attend these 3 all-encompassing hour-long sessions either online or on demand. Navigate the intricacies of representing children in the Supreme Court, enhancing your understanding of pre-trial issues, applications for judge-alone trials, and sentencing considerations. 

Chair:

Nick Dore, Managing Director, Fisher Dore Lawyers; Accredited Specialist in Criminal Law; Preeminent Criminal Defence Lawyer, Doyle’s Guide, 2022 

Description

Attend and earn 1 CPD unit in Legal Knowledge
This program is based on QLD legislation

1.30pm to 2.30pm Representing Children in the Supreme Court: Pre-Trial Issues and Sentencing
  • Pre-trial publicity and applications for judge alone trials
  • Splitting/joining of adult and juvenile co-offenders and associated issues
  • Sentencing: particularly heinous' findings, RJ processes, recent sentence appeals

Presented by Laura Reece, Barrister-At-Law, Halsbury Chambers

Presenters

Nick Dore, Managing Director, Fisher Dore Lawyers
Nick was admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland in 2002 after completing a two year articled clerkship in Criminal Law. He then commenced work for a prominent criminal law firm and in 2006 commenced his partnership with Terry Fisher and formed Fisher Dore Lawyers. In 2010, Nick obtained the Highest Achiever award when undertaking the Criminal Law Accredited Specialist assessment in Queensland. He was on the QLS Criminal Law Accredited Specialist committee from 2016 - 2022 including his time as Chair in 2020. He is also a member of the QLS Criminal Law Committee. Nick regularly presents and Chairs seminars relating to criminal law topics. He practises exclusively in Criminal Law.

Laura Reece, Barrister-At-Law, Halsbury Chambers
Laura Reece worked as an Associate to a judge of the District Court of Queensland in 1996 and 2004 and commenced practice with Legal Aid Queensland in 2005. She was called to the Bar in 2006 and worked for almost ten years as an in-house barrister before commencing private practice in 2017. She has appeared for defendants in criminal courts all over Queensland, including travelling to regional and remote communities. Those experiences, particularly in Central and Far North Queensland, have exposed her to many of the issues of contemporary Indigenous justice, both for defendants and complainants. Laura is an experienced trial and appellate advocate. She has a keen interest in anti-discrimination and sexual harassment law and has significant experience in mental health law. Having come to the law as a means to pursue her commitment to social justice, she has a career-long involvement in policy work and law reform. Laura is a member of the Criminal Law and Human Rights committees of the Bar Association. In that capacity she has drafted or contributed to submissions on most of the major issues in criminal law reform over the past decade.

 

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