Presentations, Publications and Professional Development

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Copies of recent presentations or publications will be posted on this page. 

Details of past presentations and publications (and relevant links) have been included for information.  

A number of the papers are available from the relevant conference website.

 

Presentations/Appearances

Miscarriages of Justice and Screening of Shadow of Doubt, UTS Law School, Haymarket Sydney, Thursday 21 April 2016 (with Ms Eve Ash)

"The Story so Far: Women in Policing Since 1996" Keynote speaker, 9th Australasian Council of Women and Policing Conference, Luna Park, Sydney, 31 August to 3 September 2015 see powerpoint here

"Miscarriages of Justice: What have we Learned (or not Learned!) 30 Years on from Chamberlain?" 5th International Conference on Evidence Law and Forensic Science Adelaide, 20-23 July 2015 see powerpoint here

Tasmanian contribution to the Jurisdictional Roundup, Criminal Lawyers Association of the Northern Territory (CLANT) Bali 26 June 2015

"Miscarriages of Justice: The Neill-Fraser Case" with Ms Eve Ash, Criminal Lawyers Association of the Northern Territory (CLANT) Bali 25 June 2015. see powerpoint here

"Defrosting Cold "Cold Cases"" Hobart Rotary Club 17 June 2015

"Miscarriages of Justice: What have we Learned 30 Years on From Chamberlain?" Miscarriage of Justice Conference held by Flinders University Adelaide 7-8 November 2014 see powerpoint here

Telstra Business Woman of the Year Business Workshop for Finalists - Alumni Panel - Henry Jones Art Hotel, Hobart 16 October 2014

Public lecture on Miscarriages of Justice Edith Cowan University Perth WA 15 September 2014 see powerpoint here

Discussion with ECU Innocence Project students, Perth, WA 17 September 2014

"Justice Overboard" 60 Minutes  24 August 2014

Australian Academy of Forensic Sciences Plenary Lecture Sydney 20 August 2014 see powerpoint here

Studio Network Luncheon Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania Hobart 14 May 2014 see powerpoint here

Zonta Club of Sydney International Women's Day Presentation Sydney 4 March 2014

Shadow of Doubt screening Canberra 10 December 2013

Shadow of Doubt screening Palace Chauvel Theatre Paddington Sydney 5 November 2013

Shadow of Doubt screening Telstra Business Women Alumni Program Melbourne 28 October 2013

"My new role" Rotary Club of Bellerive Hobart 1 October 2013

"Miscarriage of Justice Cases in Australia and New Zealand - The Apparent Contribution of Policing and How Such Matters Can Be Prevented in the Future" ACWAP Conference Adelaide 27 August 2013

"Shadow of Doubt" Documentary by Eve Ash from Seven Dimensions. See http://shadowofdoubt.tv/   (World Premiere on Foxtel CI Channel and at the State Cinema Hobart on 31 July 2013)

"Murdered or Missing?" A Current Affair 31 July 2013

"My new role in Tasmania" National Council of Women Tasmania Inc. Hobart, 31 July 2013

"Justice Overboard" 60 Minutes 17 March 2013 at http://sixtyminutes.ninemsn.com.au/article/8626931/justice-overboard

"Women in Politics, Leadership and Law" (Panel member) Women Chiefs of Enterprises International (WCEI) meeting, Hobart, 4 March 2013 see paper here

"The Contribution of Corruption to Miscarriage of Justice Cases: The Need for Governments to Ensure Integrity and Accountability" Integrity in Government Search Conference, University of Melbourne Law School, Melbourne, 4 December 2012 see formal paper here

"Crime, Power and Marginalisation: Miscarriage of Justice Cases in Australia and New Zealand" Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference, Auckland, NZ 27-29 September 2012  see abstract here see powerpoint here  see formal paper here

"Convicts to Criminalistics: Past, Present and Future - A Tasmanian Perspective!" Australian and New Zealand Forensic Science Society 21st International Symposium on the Forensic Sciences, Hobart 23-27 September 2012 see powerpoint here

"Just How Ethical Are You?" Australian and New Zealand Forensic Science Society 21st International Symposium on the Forensic Sciences, Hobart 23- 27 September 2012 see powerpoint here

"Sometimes a Good Citizen Must Disobey the Law" The Jury's Out. UTAS Alumni Debate. UTAS Inveresk Campus Launceston 12 September 2012 see here

"The Contribution of "Corruption" to Miscarriage of Justice Cases" Corruption Prevention Network Forum Sydney 6 September 2012 see paper here. see powerpoint here

"Achieving Success: Courage and Confidence Under Fire" 4th Australasian Conference of Women and Firefighting Australasian Incorporated 26 July 2012 Adelaide see paper here

"Changing the Way We Think about Justice! Dealing with Miscarriages of Justice - Shifting Boundaries and Changing Lives" The Australian and New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference University of Tasmania Hobart 13 July 2012 see paper here

"Cop This!" Rotary Club of Hobart 12 July 2012

"Cop This!" Sullivan's Cove Rotary Club 29 May 2012

"Cop This!" Sandy Bay Rotary Club 28 May 2012

"The Challenges of Ethical Leadership" Tasmanian Leaders Program Alumni, Hobart, 15 March 2012 - see "Beware the Ides of March" blog entry on this website for 15 March

"Women in Leadership" Women Chiefs of Enterprises International, Hobart, 5 March 2012

“Ethical Leadership – Leadership, Power and Integrity” National Institute of Public Administration Conference, Hobart, 25 to 26 August 2011 View Article

“The Importance of Moral Courage in Policing” Workshop Australasian Council of Women and Policing Conference, 21 to 24 August 2011

“Women Making a Difference in Leadership” Australasian Council of Women and Policing Conference, 21 to 24 August 2011 View Article

Participation in Plenary Ethics Panel, Australian Institute of Professional Intelligence Officers, Gold Coast, 19 to 21 July 2011

Ethics Workshop/presentation Tasmanian Local Government Conference 22 July 2011

“Strengthening our Ethical Practices” Australian Association for Applied and Professional Ethics Conference, UTAS, Hobart, 8 to 9 June 2011

“Building Trust and Leadership” Linking Up Conference, Burnie, 11 May 2011

“The Integrity Commission” AICD Members Networking Evening Launceston 17 March 2011

“Corruption Prevention and Integrity Assurance” Presentation to the University of Wollongong Graduate Certificate in Integrity Studies course, Wollongong, 15 March 2011

“The Role of the Integrity Commission” Tasmanian Magistrates’ Conference, Burnie, 25 February 2011

“Leading in the Public Interest” Exceptional Leadership Program UTAS Hobart 10 February 2011View Article

“The Importance of Moral Courage in Leadership”  Occasional Address to Graduating Students and Guests UTAS Hobart 14 December 2010 see link here

Participation in a panel on “Ethics and Trust in Leadership” ANZSOG workshop coordinated by UTAS at Parliament House, Hobart, 26 November 2010

“Integrity, Professionalism and Ethics in a Changing Environment” Financial Services Institute of Australia (FINSIA) Breakfast, Hobart, 17 November 2010

“A Conversation with Barbara Etter” Tasmanian Institute of Law Enforcement Studies, UTAS, Hobart, 13 October 2010View Article

“Ethical Leadership and Integrity in Public Administration” Institute of Public Administration Australia, Hobart, 3 August 2010

"Up Close and Personal - Business Success Interview" Business SKY NEWS Channel with Lomas Media 2010 (various dates)

“Just How Ethical Are You?” Innovation Club, Technology Park, Perth, 7 September 2009

“The MasterChef Phenomenon: A New Model of Leadership for Policing?” Australasian Council of Women and Policing Conference, Perth, 23-26 August 2009

Ethics Panel Australasian Council of Women and Policing Conference, Perth, 23-26 August 2009

“The Spice of Life: Personal Strategies for Success” Women in Leadership Symposium, Perth, 1-2 July 2009

“The Ethics of Leadership” Sir Charles Court Young Leadership Program Curtin University July 2007, 2008 and 2009

“Police Ethics” Lecture to ECU students April 2008 and 2009

“A Career of Choice? The Gendered Nature of Leadership and Power within Policing” International Association of Women Police Conference 6-11 September, Darwin 2008

“The Problem of the Panama Hat: Leadership, Power and Integrity” Professional Development Sundowner, Australian Institute of Management, Perth, 23 April 2008

NSW Policewomen’s Biennial Conference Darling Harbour Sydney 31 October 2008

“The Matter of Ethics” Annual Local Government Convention, Perth Convention Exhibition Centre, 31 July  2008

Women in Leadership Symposium Perth July 2008

“The Gendered Nature of Leadership and Power within Policing” International Engendering Leadership Conference UWA July 2008

“An Overview of Misconduct Prevention Initiatives and Early Intervention System Strategies” Australian Public Sector Anti-Corruption Conference Sydney 23-26 October 2007

“Since 1996: Women Leading Change” Australasian Council of Women and Policing (ACWAP) conference Melbourne 26-30 August 2007

Breakfast by the Bay University of Western Australia Club 28 February 2007

“Dirty Harriet: Are Women more ethical than men?” Women, Leadership and Ethics IPAA Breakfast Seminar, Esplanade Hotel, Fremantle, 16 February 2007

“Identity Crime – The Australasian Policing Response” International Policing Conference Adelaide, November 2004

“Identity Crime: Global Challenges for Law Enforcement”, Management of Serious Crime (MOSC) Program, Canberra, 6 July 2004

“Strategic Policing: An Australasian Perspective”, SA Police Inspectors Qualification Program, Adelaide, 10 March 2004

“Identity Crisis: The Use of False Identities in Major and Transnational Crime”, Adelaide University Transnational Crime and Terrorism Course, Final Course Dinner, Adelaide, 23 January 2004

“The Challenges of Policing Cyberspace”, NetSafe II, Auckland, New Zealand, 10-12 July 2003

“Hi-Tech Crime: Global Challenges for Law Enforcement”, The Financial Crimes Investigation Management Course coordinated by ASIC, AFP College, Canberra, 6 May 2003

“Future Issues for Forensic Science: The Forensic Challenges of Hi-Tech Crime”, SA Forensic Science Centre, Adelaide, 20 January 2003

Session Moderator, “E-fortification: the cost of complacency - cost-cutting, loss-making: putting the risk into risk management”, First Strategic Stakeholders E-Crime Congress, London, 9-11 December 2002

“Cybercrime – Now this changes everything”, Growing Australia Online Conference, NETALERT, Canberra, 3-4 December 2002

“Is Forensic Science Prepared for the 21st Century?: The Issue of Hi-Tech Crime”, UTS Centre for Forensic Science, Sydney, 21 November 2002

“Future Issues for Forensic Science: The Forensic Challenges of Hi-Tech Crime”, Senior Managers of Australian and New Zealand Forensic Laboratories (SMANZFL), Sydney, 20 November 2002

“On-line Security and Electronic Crime”, CPA Congress, Adelaide, 8 November 2002

Session Moderator, Women and Policing Globally Conference, Canberra, 20-23 October 2002

“Critical Issues in Hi-Tech Crime”, Embracing the Future Together, Commonwealth Investigations Conference, Melbourne, 10 September 2002

“Leadership in the Hi-Tech Crime Environment”, Police Executive Leadership Program, AIPM, Sydney, 14 August 2002

“E-Crime: A Global Challege for Law Enforcement”, ASIC Financial Crimes Investigation Management Course, Canberra, 13 August 2002

“Cybernaughties”, Australian Computer Society Education Across the Nation Program, Adelaide 26 June 2002

“Online Security and Electronic Crime”, American Society for Industrial Security, Australian Chapter Inc, Adelaide, 26 March 2002

“Leadership in the E-Crime Environment”, Police Executive Leadership Program, AIPM, Sydney, 22 March 2002

“Overview of Internet Crime”, World Police Medical Officers’ Conference, Sydney, 21 March 2002

Moderator, IT Business Forum, IT World Congress (targeted at leading Australian and Overseas CEOs), Adelaide, 25 February - 1 March 2002

“The Challenges of Policing Cyberspace”, Netsafe: Society, Safety and the Internet, Auckland, New Zealand, 10-12 February 2002

“The Australasian Policing Response to E-crime”, Policing in Cyberspace Conference, Vancouver, Canada, 17-20 November 2001

“Leadership in the Global E-Crime Environment”, International Police Executive Officers’ Course, Victoria Police Airlie Officers’ College, Melbourne, 8 November 2001

“Forensic Challenges of E-crime”, 7th Indo-Pacific Congress on Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences, Melbourne, 21 September 2001

“Emerging Trends: Crimes Against Business”, Survive 10th Annual Business Continuity Conference, Melbourne, 18 September 2001

“Cybercrime: Hype or Horror”, SA Institute of Justice Studies, Adelaide, 7 September 2001

“Leadership in the E-crime Environment”, Police Executive Leadership Program, AIPM, Sydney, 25 July 2001

“The Australasian Policing Response to E-Crime”, Emerging Global Economic Threats Conference, FBI Academy Quantico, Virginia, USA, 9-13 July 2001

“Computer Crime”, AIC 4th National Outlook Symposium on Crime in Australia – New Crimes or New Responses, Canberra, 21-22 June 2001

“Cybercrime: Hype or Horror?” University of Western Australia, Faculty of Science Dean’s Lecture Series, Perth, 7 June 2001

“The Forensic Challenges of E-Crime”, University of Western Australia, Faculty of Science, Perth, 6 June 2001

“Federation is irrelevant in a dot.com world”, SA Justice Department Public Debate, Adelaide, 23 May 2001

“Valuing Equity and Diversity: Women in Policing Issues”, International Policing Conference, Adelaide, 6-8 March 2001

“On-line security”, Business Council of Australia E-Business Roundtable, Coolum, Queensland, 18-19 February 2001 View Website

“Working in Partnership: The Australasian Response to Electronic Crime”, Cybercrime Conference, Sydney, 13-14 November 2000

“Evaluating the Capacity to Respond to E-Crime”, 3rd National Investigations Symposium, (organised by NSW IPAA, Ombudsman’s Office and ICAC) Sydney, 2-3 November 2000

“Leadership in the E-Crime Environment”, Police Executive Leadership Program, AIPM, Sydney, 21 July 2000

“Policing – Reflecting on the Past: Projecting into the Future” History of Crime, Policing and Punishment Conference, Canberra, 9-10 December 1999

“The Future of Policing: Adapting to the Environment and Connecting to the Community” Second Australasian Conference of Women and Policing, Brisbane, 7-9 July 1999

“Where to From Here?” Australasian Women in Policing Conference, Sydney, 29-31 July 1996

“Professionalism and Professionalisation: Issues for Women in Policing” The Western South Pacific Policewomen’s Forum, Port Vila, Vanuatu, November 1994

“Cross Cultural Awareness Training for Service Providers” Workshop (Co-facilitator), Network for Intercultural Communication, National Conference, Darwin, June/July 1994

“The Culture Clash: Police and Multicultural Australia” 9th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology, Sydney, September/October 1993

“The Police Culture: Overcoming Barriers” Police, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Peoples’ National Conference, Perth, June 1993

“The Future Direction of Policing in Australia” Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference, Melbourne, September 1992

“The Forensic Aspects of the Tape Recording of Police Interviews” 10th Australian International Forensic Science Symposium, Brisbane, May 1988

“The National Forensic Resource Register” The First World Meeting of Police Medical Officers and Surgeons, Wichita, Kansas, USA, August 1987

“The National Forensic Resource Register” International Association of Forensic Sciences Conference, Vancouver, Canada, August 1987

 

Publications

Murderers Amongst Us (The story of the Sue Neill-Fraser case in Tasmania) (forthcoming) 

"The Contribution of Forensic Science to Miscarriage of Justice Cases" Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences DOI: 1080/00450618.2013.767376. Published online 25 June 2013. Now available in hard copy - Vol.45 No.4 December 2013 pp.368-380

"The Importance of Moral Courage in Leadership" Public Administration Today  January-March 2012 Issue 29 pp.7-9

"The MasterChef Phenomenon - A New Style of Leadership for Policing?" Australasian Policing Vol.2 No.2 Summer 2010 pp.11-17

"An insight into the Establishment of the Integrity Commission in Tasmania: Early Thoughts and Observations”  2010  View Paper 

“Conflict Resolution and Counteracting Terror – Woman as a Peacemaker” The Journal of Women and Policing Summer Edition 2010 Issue No.25 View Article

“The Importance of Christine Nixon as a Role Model” The Journal for Women and Policing Winter Edition Issue No.24 2009

“The Gendered Nature of Leadership and Power within Policing” The Journal for Women and Policing Winter Edition Issue No.24 2009

“The Importance of Emotional Intelligence in Leadership and Law Enforcement” Women Police The Official Publication of the International Association of Women Police Summer 2009 Vol.43/2

The Importance of Emotional Intelligence in Leadership and Law Enforcement” The Journal for Women and Policing Summer Edition 2009 Issue No.23

“ACWAP Leading by Example – Strategies for Success ACWAP Conference Melbourne August 2007” The Journal for Women and Policing Summer Edition 2008

Etter, B. & McGinley, G. “ID Crimes and Australasian law enforcement: the state of play”, ABCI Intelligence Digest Issue 22 December 2002

Etter, B. “The Australasian Policing Response to E-Crime” Australian Police Journal Vol. 55 No.4 December 2001

Etter, B. “The Forensic Challenges of E-Crime” ACPR Current Commentary No.3 October 2001  

Etter, B. “The Challenge of the Forensic Investigation of Computer Crime” Platypus No.72 September 2001

Etter, B. “Electronic Crime Project Update: Scoping Paper and E-crime Strategy released” Australian Criminal Intelligence Digest No.19 February 2001

Etter, B. “Policing: Reflecting on the past, projecting into the future”. Enders, M. & Dupont, B. (Eds.) Policing the Lucky Country Hawkins Press, 2001

Etter, B. & Palmer, M. J. (Eds.) Police Leadership in Australasia Federation Press Sydney (including a chapter on instituting meaningful organisational change in police agencies) 1995

Etter, B. “Violence Against Aboriginal Women: The Northern Territory Response” Northern Radius Vol.2 No.1 March 1995

Palmer, M. J. & Etter, B. “Violence Against Aboriginal Women” Criminology Australia Vol.5 No.4 April/May 1994

Etter, B. “The Police Culture: Overcoming Barriers” Criminology Australia Vol.5 No.2 October/November 1993

Etter, B. “Future Direction of Policing in Australia” Australian Police Journal Vol.47 No.1 March 1993

Palmer, M. J. & Murphy, B. A. “Current Issues and Problems in Human Resource Planning and Management within the Northern Territory Police” Australian Journal of Public Administration Vol.50 No.1 March 1991

Murphy, B. “Initiating Change: A Creative and Lateral Approach” Australian Police Journal Vol.45 No.1 1991

Palmer, M. & Murphy, B. “Violence in the Northern Territory” Criminology Australia Vol.2 No.2 October/November 1990

Murphy, B. “What Do the 1990’s and Beyond Hold For Australian Policing?” C J International USA 1990

Palmer, M. J. & Murphy, B. A. “Investigatory Detention: A Need or a Want?” Australian Police Journal Vol.43 No.4 1989

Murphy, B. A. “The Electronic Recording of Police Interviews: The Applicable Law” NPRU Review Monograph Edition Vol.4 No.1 1988

Murphy, B. A. “The National Forensic Resource Register” NPRU Review Vol.3 No.1 1987

 

 CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 2013-2014 (END MARCH 2014)

Attendance at Criminal Lawyers Association of the Northern Territory (CLANT) Biennial Conference Bali 22-29 June 2013 (presentation of Tasmanian situation for the jurisdictional roundup at the end of the conference). See http://www.clant.org.au/index.php/events/2013-bali-conference

Attendance at Australian Academy of Forensic Science: Are We Using Our Experts Effectively? A symposium for lawyers, forensic scientists, medical professionals and others, Sydney 24-25 August 2013

 ACWAP Conference Adelaide 27 August 2013 – 1 hour presentation on Miscarriage of Justice issues. See http://www.conferenceco.com.au/acwap/Program2013.asp

 Attendance at Family Violence Orders and Restraint Orders in Court and Conciliation Conferences Law Society 5 September 2013 (1 point substantive law)

 Attendance at Coroners CPD at Law Society Hobart – 24 September 2013

 Asia Pacific Coroner’s Society Conference Darwin 22 to 24 October 2013 See http://www.apcsc.com.au/home

 Publication of article in the Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences  (“The Contribution of Forensic Science to Miscarriage of Justice Cases” Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences Vol.45 No.4 December 2013) following keynote presentation at biennial ANZFSS conference in September 2012

Attendance pro bono at Victoria University in Melbourne and participation in (as an expert) and coordination of an expert DVD series with Eve Ash from 7 Dimensions to be used in a new forensic law course in 2014

Attendance at Aspects of Advocacy in the Magistrates Court Law Society 5 December 2013 (1 point professional skills)

Attendance at  “A Fresh Perspective on Ethics for the New Year: Five Things to Watch For!” Law Society Hobart 18 March 2014 1 CPD Point Ethics

 

CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT  April 2014 - end March 2015

 Attendance at Conflict of Interest Issues Law Society 3 April 2014 (1 CPD Point Practice Management or Ethics)

Attendance at Suspended sentences forum at Law Society Hobart 14 April 2014

Attendance at Trust Accounting 9 am to midday 19 May 2014 3 hours Law Society Hobart - under Practice Management and Business Skills

Attendance at Risk Management 3 pm to 5 pm 19 May 2014 2 hours under Practice Management and Business Skills

Attendance at Assessments for Parole, Sentence Indications, Community Service and Probation  5 June 2014

Attendance at Community Legal Centres and Legal Aid in Tasmania – What we do and how can we help - 11 June 2014

Presentation to the Australian Academy of Forensic Science Sydney 20 August 2014

Attendance at the Australian and New Zealand Forensic Sciences International Symposium Adelaide 31 August to 4 September 2014

Alumini Panel Member Telstra Business Woman of the Year Pre-Award Workshop Henry Jones Art Hotel 16 October 2014

Attendance at AICD Essential Director Update Hobart 21 October 2014

Attendance at and Presentation to the Flinders University Miscarriages of Justice Symposium Adelaide 6 to 8 November 2014

Attendance at the Asia Pacific Coroners Society Conference Melbourne 11-15 November 2014

Attendance at the CPD Advocacy Convention Hobart Federal Court 4-6 December 2014

 

2015-2016 (Period 1 April 2015 to 31 March 2016) – A legal practitioner must complete at least 10 CPD units per year

Women at the Bar – Be Passionate and Hold Your Nerve Hosted by ABA and Tasmanian Women Lawyers 2 June 2015

Criminal Lawyers Association of the NT (CLANT) “Curing Injustice” 20 -26 June 2015 Sanur – includes substantive law, ethics and advocacy  - Justice Peter Bar NT “Advocacy – Irritating Aspects” Justice Graham Hiley “Ethics and Etiquette”, Chris Maxwell QC “Evidence Rules Hypothetical”.

CLANT conference Bali 20-26 June 2015 - Joint 1 hr 15 min presentation with Eve Ash on Sue Neill-Fraser case and Miscarriages of Justice

5th International Conference on Evidence Law and Forensic Science Adelaide, 20-23 July 2015 – Presentation on Miscarriages of Justice

ACWAP conference – keynote presenter Luna Park, Sydney, September 2015

Ethical Limits of Ceasing to Act for a Client  Tasmanian Law Society (TLS) October 2015 Ethics

Use of Social Media in Litigation (Evidence, Procedure and Ethics) – TLS 9 October 2015 (CPD 1.5 points 1 PS .5 E)

Affidavits and Statements UNSW CLE Sydney 14 October 2015 (1/2 day)

Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) Essential Director Update Hobart 29 October 2015 (2 hours)

Building your Practice TLS 5 November 2015 (CPD Points 1)

Asia Pacific Society of Coroners Conference 10-13 November 2015 Hobart, Tasmania

Screening of Shadow of Doubt Lorne Film Festival – Q&A panel afterwards with Ms Eve Ash and Dr Bob Moles

Conflicts of Interest TLS 19 November 2015

AICD webinar 21 January Fraud, Bribery and Corruption Control: Essentials for Company Directors

Legalwise Seminars Litigation Masterclass Hobart 25 February 2016 (2 CPD Points in Substantive Law)

Legalwise Seminars Practice Management and Business Skills and Professional Skills  Hobart 25 February 2016 (3 CPD Points including 1 point in Practical Legal Ethics, 1 point in Practice Management and Business Skills and 1 point in Professional Skills)

Tasmanian Law Society Annual Criminal Law Conference 26 February 2016 Hobart (CPD Points 5.5)