Times have changed since the first week long Bali conference in 1987, attended by a couple of dozen or so delegates: 4 papers were presented over a leisurely two days, plus a day and a half ‘workshop’ on the Criminal Code 1983 (NT), of which no record appears to be extant.
By contrast, over 200 delegates from every Australian jurisdiction attended the 2013 conference, with a program of 25 papers, a play-reading and a ‘jurisdictional round-up’, all crammed into three and a half days.
Abbott, Michael QC
Abuse of Process – The new equity in Criminal Law
Nader, John (Justice)
Early Reflections upon the Court of Criminal Appeal of the Northern Territory of Australia
Rice, Phillip (Justice)
The use of section 26Lof the evidence act (NT) & the voir dire
Relative State of Mind in Conspiracy Cases