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Recommendation 3: Professional Engagement

Recommendation 3: Professional Engagement

Recommendation 3: Professional Collaboration and Engagement Being an active participant in building professional engagement and networks throughout the common law world has been one of the best...

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Recommendation 1: A Theory of Change Model

Recommendation 1: A Theory of Change Model

Recommendation 1: A Theory of Change Model for Court Education This post in an explainer on the use of a theory of change model for the development and delivery of court education. It is designed to...

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Equity in Court Education

Equity in Court Education

Equity in Court Education This post will discuss equity, diversity, accessibility and inclusivity best practice in court education. A previous post outlines the roles of curriculum and learning...

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Best Practice in Court Education

Best Practice in Court Education

Best Practice in Court Education This post will discuss underpinning principles of best practice in court education programs and resources. It will address the role of curriculum and learning...

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Virtual Churchill: Research Methodology

Virtual Churchill: Research Methodology

Virtual Churchill Research Design   Discussion of effective and achievable research design for virtual research projects has come to the fore in recent times. The conversion of the Court...

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Court Education and COVID-19

Court Education and COVID-19

Court Education and COVID-19   The COVID-19 pandemic has, like its effect on courts, had a seismic impact on court education programs globally. You can read about the Australian response in our...

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The Virtual Churchill Fellowship

The Virtual Churchill Fellowship

This post outlines the 'virtual' Churchill fellowship 'trip' as conducted by Jackie Charles, researching, best practice in court education for school students. To learn more about court education,...

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How to: Court Observations

How to: Court Observations

Court Observations Court observations of hearings by members of the public, including school and university students, have been put on hold  due to the COVID- 19 pandemic. For young people studying...

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Teaching Resources: Human Rights

Teaching Resources: Human Rights

This post is designed to provide two teaching resources for human rights law. It focus is the ' Human Rights law in an Australian Context' unit of work, topic 4 unit 3 of the Queensland Legal...

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Legal Links for Law Nerds

Legal Links for Law Nerds

Legal Links for LawNerdsFinding accurate and interesting legal links online can be a challenge for law nerds, teachers, students and members of the community interested in current issues and legal...

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Explainer: Court Education Programs

Explainer: Court Education Programs

Court Education Programs This explainer on court education programs is a follow up to our previous explainer 'What is Court Education?' and will include details of current court education programs...

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How to: Talk to a Judge

How to: Talk to a Judge

How to: Talk to a Judge:   Visiting a court can be an intimidating experience. This 'How to' is designed to assist you in learning how to talk to judges, lawyers, court staff and other people...

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Explainer: What is Court Education?

Explainer: What is Court Education?

What is Court Education? Court education is about learning and engaging with courts as part of our legal system, to better understand its function and their role in interacting with it and helping...

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Explainer: Jurisdiction

Explainer: Jurisdiction

Jurisdiction: is the area where the law applies and is administered. This area can be geographic, a country or state and/or a defined area of law. It is an official power, granted by law for legal...

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Explainer: Solicitor v Barrister

Explainer: Solicitor v Barrister

Explainer: Solicitor v Barrister   This explainer is about the difference between a solicitor and a barrister and is designed for students. It has relevance in Australia, the United Kingdom, and a...

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How to: Find a case

How to: Find a case

How to: Find a Case Find a case after visiting a court on an court education program can sometimes be difficult for students and others who participate in court education programs. This, the first...

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Today in #courteducation

Today in #courteducation

Today in #courteducation Today in #courteducation is a social media initiative of the Churchill Court Education Project. You can read the daily posts on Twitter and LinkedIn The Initiative This...

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Video: Churchill Dinner Pitch

Video: Churchill Dinner Pitch

Churchill Dinner Pitch Jackie had the honour of speaking at the Churchill Fellowship Award Dinner at the NSW Parliament about the Churchill Court Education Project and what she hopes to achieve on...

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Youth Koori Court NSW

Youth Koori Court NSW

The Youth Koori Court The Youth Koori Court was established in 2015  by the Children's Court of NSW in Parramatta in response to the over representation in the juvenile justice system of Aboriginal...

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