The intimate terrorism of family violence.
Making the justice system safer for victim survivors remains a priority for all courts and tribunals.
Balancing the demands of judicial life.
Designed for recent appointees, this interactive program equips judicial officers with the knowledge and skills needed to manage the personal challenges of transitioning to the judicial role, and to approach your judicial career with optimism and confidence.
Emotion in judging
Is emotion the enemy of reason – or the foundation of good judging? Uncover the answer in conversation with the international expert on emotion in judging, Professor Terry Maroney.
Judicial monitoring skills: Motivational interviewing.
Want to learn how to encourage behaviour change – rather than direct it? And reinforce a person’s desire and capacity for change?
Mental health, drug dependency and the law series 3.
Mental illness and drug dependency are common in people appearing in the criminal justice system. Yet they often don’t get the support they need.