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Issues Arising from the Operation of Intermediate Courts of Appeal (Criminal)

  • 25 Aug 2022
  • 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM (ACST)
  • Court 1, Supreme Court of South Australia, 1 Gouger Street, Adelaide and online

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Issues Arising from the Operation of Intermediate Courts of Appeal (Criminal)

Following the very successful public event the Australian Academy of Law held in November 2021, where the heads of the civil courts of appeal discussed with each other common issues, which you can see here: Issues Arising from the Operation of Intermediate Courts of Appeal (Civil) - Banco Court, 3/11/21 - YouTube

With the support of the Chief Justices of the State and Territory Supreme Courts, the AAL is holding a similar event for intermediate criminal courts of appeal.

Please register to hear from the heads and other senior judges of Australia’s intermediate courts of appeal (criminal jurisdiction), who will discuss with each other common issues arising from the operation of these courts.

Topics to be discussed include: the volume of cases; case management of large appeals; priorities in the hearing of cases; management of bail applications; interlocutory applications, the giving of reasons; the place for ex-tempore judgments; written submissions; oral submissions; consistency within and between courts; legal aid and litigants in person

Further information can be found on the flyer



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