Libertas Chambers (Article, 11 February 2021) – read here
Devastating – a few weeks ago I moderated a superb event for @GpsMonash & @CastanCentre when wonderful educated women told us of their experiences in Afghanistan and the progress that had been made, and now this! twitter.com/askarysajjad/s…
Delighted with this excellent review of Accessorial Liability After Jogee Ed B. Krebs of @UniRDG_Law in @CamJLPA by Megan Phillips “After Jogee sought to answer the question of “What, if any, impact will Jogee have? cambridge.org/core/journals/… pic.twitter.com/Nv5rfxyNBh
Equally delighted to see our submission on a Health, Law and Education approach to criminal justice being accepted by the Committee of Inquiry into Victoria’s criminal justice system – see item 86 here parliament.vic.gov.au/lsic-lc… pic.twitter.com/ZErNe1e2Tf
Delighted to see our submission on a Modern Slavery Defence being accepted by the Committee of Inquiry into Victoria’s criminal justice system – see item 75 here parliament.vic.gov.au/lsic-lc… pic.twitter.com/GnSbmvHdk4
Next Thursday’s @LibertasChambe3 webinar with @smhulley & @tarayou72679746 on their study that concludes that the criminal justice system in E&W must reverse legal rules regarding silence & reform the law on secondary liability to reduce legal risks of talking…sign up below!! twitter.com/libertaschambe…
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