Tue 18 February | 4:30PM - 6:45PM | ADLS, Chancery Chambers, Auckland MAP

Synopsis

Covering crucial core content and the latest procedural and case law developments, this seminar will provide a roadmap for bringing and arguing appeals for those who practise Criminal law.

Learning outcomes

In respect of Criminal appeals:

  • Receive a refresher and updater on jurisdiction, grounds, types and outcomes. 
  • Develop a better understanding of key topics such as bail pending appeal, and Sena in respect of Judge-alone trials. 
  • In respect of miscarriage of justice – a central factor in most criminal appeals –benefit from in-depth historical perspectives and knowledge, and become updated on the latest Court of Appeal authority on the meaning of miscarriage of justice under the Criminal Procedure Act, Wiley v R. You will likely learn about the Supreme Court's opinion of Wiley and s 232 of the Criminal Procedure Act from a judgment that is presently reserved. Learn how that test may be met by reference to commonly argued points on appeal.
  • Gain valuable pointers about practicalities, such as assembly of materials including hyperlinking and page limits. 
  • Garner judicial insights into the content and presentation of submissions, hearing dos and don’ts, and common areas for improvement.

Who should attend?

All those practising in Criminal law.

 

In person registration only

Please note this page is only for registration to attend in person.

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Presenters

The Honourable Justice Downs

Anne Stevens QC

Warren Pyke
Barrister

Chair

Marie Dyhrberg QC