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Michael Page, Canberra
Consulting and advising clients of the important case detail elements.Determine legal strategies in regard to cases going to trial.Offering consultations and legal advice when dealing with case matters outside of court.Conduct Pre-Trial Actions preparing the Client for trial.Interview witnesses and other parties in relation to the case.Represent Clients during a trial, presenting evidence, making opening and closing statements, arguing motions and cross-examining witnesses and experts.Completed a Bachelor of Laws / Juris Doctor degree OR admitted as a barrister and solicitor to the Supreme Court of the Australian Capital Territory.Experience, ability and confident to appear in Local Court sentences and defended hearings.Experience and ability to assist our trial advocates in sentences and trials.Sound knowledge of the criminal law, criminal procedure, and the Evidence Act.Highly developed oral and written communications skills.Highly developed analytical skills.Good advocacy skills.Passion for the criminal law.
Magistrates, including one Magistrate who will work as a dedicated Coroner, of the Magistrates Court of the Australian Capital Territory
ACT Government, n Capital Territory
The Attorney-General of the Australian Capital Territory, Mr Shane Rattenbury MLA, invites expressions of interest from eligible and suitably qualified people for appointment as a Magistrate of the Magistrates Court of the Australian Capital Territory. The Magistrates Court of the Australian Capital Territory has wide jurisdiction including with respect to criminal, family violence, children’s, civil, industrial, and coronial matters.Two Magistrate appointments are proposed to be made as soon as practicable:One appointment as Magistrate to be the ACT’s first dedicated Coroner, who will exclusively or predominantly exercise the functions and jurisdiction of a Coroner, as arranged by the Chief Magistrate (noting the Chief Magistrate also exercises the duties of Chief Coroner); andOne appointment as Magistrate (by virtue of which they are also appointed as a Coroner), who will exercise the functions and jurisdiction of a Magistrate more generally, as arranged by the Chief Magistrate.This Expression of Interest process may also be used to establish an order of merit to support future appointments as Magistrate and Coroner.Magistrates are not permitted to undertake other employment, except with the written consent of the Attorney-General.Expressions of interest are sought from all areas of the legal community including the private sector, government and community sector. Women, people with disabilities, people who identify as LGBTIQ, and people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and other culturally diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.Information regarding eligibility, selection criteria and the personal particulars form may be obtained from justice.act.gov.au.EligibilityMagistrates are appointed by the ACT Executive following consultation with the Chief Magistrate.A person is eligible to be appointed as a Magistrate if they have been a lawyer for at least five years and if they are under the age of seventy years.RemunerationRemuneration, allowances and entitlements are set independently by the ACT Remuneration Tribunal. The current determination which sets Magistrates’ remuneration, allowances and entitlements can be accessed here. Conditions are also set out in the Magistrates Court (Conditions of Appointment) Decision 2019 (access here). Other terms and conditions may be set by the Executive at the time of appointment.Enquiries and Expressions of InterestWritten expressions of interest addressing the selection criteria, a current curriculum vitae and the personal particulars form should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.General inquiries should be directed to Ms Jennifer McNeill, Deputy Director-General, Justice and Community Safety Directorate, by email to email@example.com or on (02) 6205 3504.Expressions of interest close on 12 December 2021. Late applications may be accepted at the selection panel’s discretion. Career interest categories: