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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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Supreme Court of Vic Oct 15
New lawyers being admitted to practise Australian law in the Supreme Court. Chief Justice Ferguson, Justice Sloss and Justice Riordan on the Bench. Watch the admission ceremony
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Supreme Court of Vic Oct 11
A party that races V8-powered utes known as Stadium Super Trucks has failed to obtain an injunction in the Supreme Court to have the Confederation of Australian Motor Sport withdraw a suspension notice preventing the trucks from racing at the Gold Coast.
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Supreme Court of Vic Oct 8
The Court welcomes new lawyers to the profession in Banco. Watch the 9.30 and 11am admission ceremonies:
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Supreme Court of Vic Oct 2
The sentencing of R v Nghi Le will be live streamed this morning at 10am. Listen live here:
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Supreme Court of Vic Sep 25
The Court will be upgrading its electronic filing system, RedCrest, from 6pm on Thu 27 Sep 2018 to 8am on Mon 1 Oct 2018. During this period RedCrest will be unavailable. For more info:
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Supreme Court of Vic Sep 23
Justice Macaulay of the Supreme Court has rejected a claim by a group of resources companies that steps taken by the Victorian Government to implement a state-wide moratorium on onshore petroleum exploration were unlawful or ineffective. Summary:
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Supreme Court of Vic Sep 23
New regulations covering most civil court fees in the Supreme Court of Victoria will commence on 30 September 2018. For more information:
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Supreme Court of Vic Sep 5
The Supreme Court of Victoria welcomes Matt Hall, who has been appointed as its new Chief Executive Officer. More here:
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Supreme Court of Vic Sep 3
The sentencing of R v Gary Sean O’Connor will be live streamed this afternoon at 2.15pm. Listen live here:
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Supreme Court of Vic Sep 3
Admission of Lawyers Ceremonies broadcast live from Banco at 9:30am, 11am and 2:30pm today. Watch at
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Supreme Court of Vic Aug 30
The sentencing of R v Joby Rowe will be live streamed from Bendigo this afternoon at 2.15pm. Listen live here:
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Supreme Court of Vic Aug 27
The Court of Appeal has dismissed an appeal against a sentence of 5 years’ imprisonment for armed robbery and theft, finding that the sentencing judge gave full weight to the appellant’s deprived background and participation in the Koori Court. Summary:
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Supreme Court of Vic Aug 27
Justice John Dixon of the Victorian Supreme Court has cleared the way for a woman and her children to sue the State of Victoria due to police failing to enforce repeated breaches of intervention orders. Summary here:
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Supreme Court of Vic Aug 23
Come along to the Court's History and Heritage Tour next Friday (31 Aug). View the Court's historic building and learn about how Melbourne lawyers helped shape the Treaty of Versailles after WW1. Bookings via Eventbrite:
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Supreme Court of Vic Aug 23
Current regulations covering most civil court fees for the SCV will expire on 1 Oct 2018. It is anticipated that the new regs will be made available by late Sep. Once made, the new regs & commencement dates will be communicated to Court users. More info:
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Supreme Court of Vic Aug 23
The sentencing of R v Albert Tedford will be live streamed this morning at 9.30am. Listen live here:
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Supreme Court of Vic Aug 22
An appeal by the DPP against the sentence of Brandon Osborn for manslaughter and possession of a firearm has been unsuccessful in the Court of Appeal. Summary here:
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Supreme Court of Vic Aug 21
Eight women barristers had their chance to present arguments to sitting women judges from Supreme and Federal Courts over the weekend as part of the 'Feedback from the Bench' moot, aimed at encouraging female counsel to appear & speak in appeals
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Supreme Court of Vic Aug 20
Justice Lesley Taylor has sentenced Phuc Thien Tang to 25 years’ imprisonment with a non-parole period of 20 years for the murder of Hoa Thi Huynh. Sentencing remarks:
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