What if magistrates courts delivered a different kind of justice?

By Kirsty Duncanson, Stephanie Falconer, Emma Henderson, and Nicole Shackleton Magistrates Courts are the engine rooms of the Australian criminal justice system.  Ninety six percent of Australian criminal cases are heard in magistrates’ courts.  Most of these cases are heard… Continue Reading

Hear from ASPIRE Student Rebecca Spilipoulos: “This is Uni Life as a First Year!”

I have now been at La Trobe University for 7 weeks, and they have been some of the most exciting, interesting and stressful weeks of my life! I am currently undertaking four different subjects. As I am doing a double… Continue Reading

La Trobe Law School Congratulates Alumni Meaghan Keogh on her Appointment to the Magistrates’ Court of Victoria

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La Trobe Law School congratulates alumni Meagan Keogh on her appointment to the Magistrates’ Court of Victoria on 5 August 2015. In a recent media release on her appointment, Attorney-General Martin Pakula was quoted saying: “With a long legal career, Ms Keogh will… Continue Reading