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2019 Criminal Law Conference Video 5 – Suppression Orders vs. Open Justice

2019 Criminal Law Conference Video 5 – Suppression Orders vs. Open Justice

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CPD Units .75
  • Practice Management & Business Skills
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Recorded: 26 July 2019 | Approx Run Time: 34:59

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This video explores the main features of the open justice principle and the common law and legislative powers that are available to courts to make suppression orders. The deputy directory of Melbourne Law School's Centre for Media and Communications Law looks at recent amendments to the Open Courts Act 2013 and examines comparative data on the use of suppression orders in Australia.

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  • Presenter

    Jason Bosland, Deputy Director, Centre for Media and Communications Law, Melbourne Law School

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