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Chief Justice French at the 2017 Annual Fundraising Dinner

Justice Bromberg, Justice Eames and Michael Cahill SC

Advocacy and Events

2019 Annual Fundraising Dinner

Join us at this year’s fundraising dinner to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the UN Convention on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women. Ian Henderson, former ABC Newsreader, will lead a panel that includes Michele O’Neil, ACTU President; Felicity Broughton, Deputy Chief Magistrate; and Fiona McLeod S.C, Co-Chair of the International Bar Association’s Diversity Council. The tickets can be booked online […]

Submission to the Royal Commission into the Management of Police Informants

ICJV recently made a submission to the Royal Commission into the Management of Police Informants. The submission takes three parts: ▪ Section 1: international standards regarding PHS; ▪ Section 2: suggested areas for further research: children, women, fair trial rights and institutional integrity; and ▪ Section 3: bibliography of useful sources. The submission can be […]

Myanmar: when will the transition begin?

Professor Chris Sidoti Date: Tuesday 4 June Time: 6:00pm – 7:00pm Where: Melbourne Law School, Room 920, Level 9, 185 Pelham St, Carlton, VIC 3053 Register: click here Myanmar is said to have begun its transition from a military dictatorship to democracy following the adoption of a new constitution in 2008. But do events since […]

CPD: Emergency Medical Transfers from Nauru and Manus Island

The International Commission of Jurists (Victoria) is pleased to announce an upcoming CPD event. The discussion will focus on the extraordinary story of how medical transfer cases were coordinated in the Federal Court, utilising a number of firms of solicitors and counsel, acting pro bono. The panel will also discuss the legal issues involved, and […]