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Forensic Evidence Workshops for Criminal Law Advocates

Tue Jan 31 2017

The Faculty of Law and School of Psychology, UNSW, the Public Defenders Chambers NSW and the Office of the Director or Public Prosecutions NSW invites Criminal Law Advocates to attend ‘Scientific Knowledge or Subjective Opinion? Forensic Evidence Workshops for Criminal Law Advocates’. The workshop is divided into two parts and will be held in the Bar Association Common Room on Wednesday 22nd February 2017 and Thursday 2nd March 2017. For full details please download a flyer here

The workshops are free of charge, but REGISTRATION IS ESSENTIAL. Registered participants will be required to attend both workshops. To register please email your full name to Tiffany McDonald at tmcdonald@nswbar.asn.au. Places are limited to 50 participants and will be allocated on a ‘first in’ basis.

Please note that the workshops are now full. Registration received after this time, 10.30am 31/01, will be added to a waitlist.

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