Legal professionals, politicians, police and the public have a chance to hear how the criminal justice system sausage is made at a seminar “Lifting the Lid on Miscarriages of Justice.”
Three places are fully sponsored for law students by wrongfulconvictionsreport.org
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Three leading legal figures will review miscarriages of justice in Australia and around the world and discuss how and why some people are let down by the justice system.
Stuart Tipple – has practised as a solicitor primarily in New South Wales since 1978. He represented Lindy and Michael Chamberlain at their trial and subsequent appeals. While representing the Chamberlains, Stuart set up the Chamberlain Innocence Committee, and successfully applied for the establishment of a Royal Commission.
Bob Moles – eminent legal academic, researcher and principal of Networked Knowledge. He is published extensively on issues relating to miscarriages of justice. Bob is seeking the establishment of an Australian Criminal Case Review Commission
(CCRC) of the type established in the UK. He advised Canadian authorities on the establishment of a CCRC in that country.
Bibi Sangha – Bibi Sangha, lecturer in law at Flinders University of South Australia was previously lecturer in law at the Australian National University in Canberra. Bibi has extensive experience in both teaching and writing in contract, commercial and corporate law, with particular interests in relation to miscarriages of justice.
Charles Wooley – Award winning journalist Master of Ceremonies.
Q & A session will follow the speakers’ presentations.
24 November 2022 | Thursday | 5:30pm for 6pm start
Lifting the lid on miscarriages of justice
Location: The Old Woolstore Hotel, Merino room, Macquarie Street, Hobart.
$25 registration includes welcome drink & finger food.
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Tel: 0407 547 785