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Sri Lankan Evidence Project (SLEP)

ICJ Australia runs the Sri Lankan Evidence Project (SLEP) which aims to raise awareness of the human rights violations occurring in Sri Lanka and place pressure on the Sri Lankan Government to comply with its human rights obligations. Click here for the latest E-bulletin from SLEP.

Sentencing Forum

ICJ Victoria held its sentencing forum: Sentencing – Does One Size Fit All? on Tuesday, 18 June 2013 at the Village Roadshow Theatrette, State Library of Victoria. We thank our guest speakers Victorian Attorney-General the Hon Robert Clark MP, Prof Arie Frieberg AM, Sentencing Advisory Council and Andrea Petrie, Court Reporter, The Age, and the members of the profession and the community who attended […]

Sir Owen Dixon Prize, Monash University

ICJ Victoria congratulates Paulina Fishman for her academic excellence. She has been awarded the ICJ Victoria Sir Owen Dixon Prize 2013 for attaining the top mark in her International Law class at Monash University. The Honourable Justice Shane Marshall of the Federal Court and the Honourable Justice Tony Pagone of the Supreme Court of Victoria attended to speak at the Monash prize night […]

David Hicks v. USA

By Lex Lasry QC, Independent Legal Observer for the Law Council of Australia (24 July 2007) Download Report Summary Download Final Report David Hicks and Guantanamo Bay Report by ICJ Special Rapporteur, Peter Vickery QC (1 June 2006) Download Final Report

Defending the Integrity of the Judiciary

ICJV is committed to defending the independence of judges and is working with the Victoria judiciary to develop a response mechanism for serious, unjust criticism of judges. Rapid Response To Unjust and Unfair Pamphlet, American Bar Association Recommendations and Guidelines ABA Protocol

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