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This morning's ceremonial sitting to welcome newly appointed Senior Counsel for Victoria is now available to view on-demand via the Court's website:
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Supreme Court of Vic Dec 3
There will be four admission ceremonies in Banco court today. Watch the first at 9:30 with Chief Justice Ferguson, Justice Beale and Justice Moore presiding
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Supreme Court of Vic Dec 2
A Court of Appeal decision in relation to the matter of The Chief Commissioner of Police v Director of Public Prosecutions & EF has now been released, as have two previously restricted Supreme Court decisions. Summary here:
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Supreme Court of Vic Nov 28
The sentencing of R v Peter Brown will now be live streamed (audio only) this morning at 11am. Listen live here:
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Supreme Court of Vic Nov 28
Chief Justice Ferguson has announced the appointment of 25 new Senior Counsel for Victoria. More here:
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Supreme Court of Vic Nov 28
The sentencing of R v Peter Brown will be live streamed (audio only) this morning at 9.30am. Listen live here:
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Supreme Court of Vic Nov 27
eFiling will be introduced in to the Criminal Division on 29 January 2019. Attend an information session to learn more. Bookings are essential. For more info:
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Supreme Court of Vic Nov 25
Justice Tinney of the Supreme Court has today sentenced Hung Anh Vu to 15 years’ imprisonment, with a non-parole period of 11 years, for the manslaughter of Hung Viet Nguyen and for recklessly causing serious injury to Laura Chan. More here:
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Supreme Court of Vic Nov 25
The sentencing of R v Hung Anh Vu will be live streamed (audio only) this morning at 9.30am. Listen live here:
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Supreme Court of Vic Nov 22
If you weren’t able to attend the Supreme and County Court’s seminar on 'Paperless trials and in-court technology' held last week, you can watch it online now:
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Supreme Court of Vic Nov 15
Justice Bell of the Supreme Court has today sentenced Anthony John Smith to 13 years’ imprisonment, with a non-parole period of 10 years, for the manslaughter of Karen Rae. Video of sentencing remarks here:
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Supreme Court of Vic Nov 14
The sentencing of R v Tony John Smith will be live streamed tomorrow morning at 9.30am. Listen live here:
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Supreme Court of Vic Nov 13
Following the successful transition to eFiling in all civil matters earlier this year, the Court will be introducing eFiling to its Criminal Division in 2019. Attend an information session to learn more. Bookings are essential. For more info:
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Supreme Court of Vic Nov 13
For practitioners unable to attend 'Paperless trials and in-court technology', the seminar will be live-streamed tomorrow from 8.30am on the website. Watch live and on-demand here:
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Supreme Court of Vic Nov 12
Watch the 9.30am, 11am and 2.30pm ceremonies as new lawyers are admitted to the Australian legal profession, in the Supreme Court today. Live and on demand
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Supreme Court of Vic Nov 1
The Supreme Court and is hosting a free Common Law seminar for practitioners on 15 Nov on ‘Paperless trials and in court technology’. Bookings are essential:
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Supreme Court of Vic Oct 31
The sentencing of R v Stefan Obradovic, R v Daniel Obradovic and R v Stephen Motta will be live streamed this morning at 9.30am. Listen live here:
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Supreme Court of Vic Oct 29
The sentencing of R v Peter John Smith will be live streamed tomorrow morning at 10.30am. Listen live here:
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Supreme Court of Vic Oct 28
A 'Fast Track' procedure in relation to motor vehicle accident damages proceedings to commence on 1 January 2019. Eligibility criteria and case management procedures of the pilot are outlined in the Notice to the Profession
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Supreme Court of Vic Oct 16
With a new look, intuitive layout and vastly improved search functionality, the Supreme Court’s new website is now live
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