Modern statutory interpretation.
Knowing how to interpret and apply statutes is essential for all judicial officers.
Authoritative and effective courtroom communication.
Effectively managing a courtroom may be a challenge. But it is a skill that can be learned and will assist you to appropriately establish your authority.
Aboriginal community justice reports.
Get a first-hand account of the benefits of Aboriginal Community Justice Reports – and the challenges that go with their creation.
ChatGPT: Being alert but not alarmed.
Can AI write a judgment? Or identify catchwords? Learn about the limits of the large language models and how they might affect court processes.
Courts as workplaces: A hypothetical about judicial bullying.
Robust exchanges between judicial officers and lawyers in the courtroom are common. There are complex dynamics in this unique workplace. But when does a response overstep the mark and become ‘judicial bullying’?
Understanding the subtleties of stalking.
Stalking is a common feature of family violence cases – but the risks and impacts of the behaviour are not limited to these cases alone.