• CPD Points: 0.5 [SL]
  • Price: $50.00
  • Area: Advocacy; Criminal Law; Litigation; Sentencing
  • Delivered: March 2024
Digital Content
  • Recording
  • Paper (None)

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Description

This session is presented by Pip Monk, Principal, Monk Lawyers, into the 2024 Criminal Law Conference. The session takes a deep dive into the following recent criminal cases in the Tasmanian Courts:

  • Banfield v Tasmania [2024] TASCCA 1 – the first CCA decision to affirm Bugmy
  • Conduct of counsel –looking at 4 recent CCA’s on this topic (JAGD, BTH, Braslin and MJP)
  • Manifest Excess / Inadequacy in Sex Cases – Oh Maris, SRR and BRL
  • CPD Points: 0.5 [SL]
  • Price: $50.00
  • Area: Advocacy; Criminal Law; Litigation; Sentencing
  • Delivered: March 2024
Digital Content
  • Recording
  • Paper (None)

To purchase login below

Description

This session is presented by Pip Monk, Principal, Monk Lawyers, into the 2024 Criminal Law Conference. The session takes a deep dive into the following recent criminal cases in the Tasmanian Courts:

  • Banfield v Tasmania [2024] TASCCA 1 – the first CCA decision to affirm Bugmy
  • Conduct of counsel –looking at 4 recent CCA’s on this topic (JAGD, BTH, Braslin and MJP)
  • Manifest Excess / Inadequacy in Sex Cases – Oh Maris, SRR and BRL

Philippa Monk, Principal, Monk Lawyers

About the Presenter:

Ms Pip Monk graduated from UTAS in 2010 and has acquired over a decade of experience as a leading advocate and criminal defence lawyer in Tasmania and South Australia. After graduating Pip moved to South Australia where she began working for the Legal Services Commission of South Australia. She returned to Tasmania in 2013 and worked for Tasmania Legal Aid from 2013-2023. She is known for her expertise in criminal law. Now based in Hobart, Pip recently established her own legal practice, Monk Lawyers. Pip is a current member of The Law Society of Tasmania's Criminal Law Committee.

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