12th International Criminal Law Congress 2010

| miércoles, 11 de noviembre de 2009
A world without boundaries: crime in the 21st century

Fecha: 20–24 October 2010.
Lugar: Sheraton Noosa Resort and Spa, Noosa, Australia.

The 12th International Criminal Law Congress will be held at the Sheraton Noosa Heads, Sunshine Coast, Queensland between Wednesday 20th and Sunday 24th October 2010 on the theme "A World without Boundaries - Crime in the 21st Century".

About the Conference

A highly motivated organizing committee chaired by Judge John Robertson of the District Court of Queensland based at Maroochydore Sunshine Coast, is putting together a programme which will explore contemporary issues of international and national criminal justice. These include the law of terrorism, the International Criminal Court and the approach to some of these issues in the USA Australia and elsewhere. There will be themes touching on the "bikie laws" and the courts response to trials involving alleged organized crime. There will be research and theoretical streams designed to raise awareness of the scope and importance of these disciplines to the formation of balanced criminal justice policy. In keeping with previous conferences there is certain to be controversy and also fun with the traditional social functions being maintained. The Chief Justices of Australia and Queensland have already agreed to participate subject to their court commitments. The conference should be of interest to not only Judges and Magistrates and practising lawyers, defence and prosecution, but also to teachers, researchers and students of law. As well as the venue, rooms will be booked in more modestly priced accommodation within walking distance of the venue.

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Email: crimlaw2010@icms.com.au

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