Staff Seminars

36. University of Melbourne Law School, “Ethical and Legal Issues on Mandated Treatment for Seriously Ill Minors”, September 2016

35. Australian Health Regulatory Protection Agency, Melbourne, “Challenges in Transitions to National Regulation of Health Practitioners” August 2010

34. Deakin University, “Challenges for Academia in Plagiarism”, April 2010

33. Victorian WorkCover Authority, “Prosecution Obligations of Disclosure”, August 2009

32. Victorian WorkCover Authority, “Bullying”,  October 2009

31. Transport Accident Commission, “Evidentiary Admissibility and Transport Accidents”, 27 August 2008

30. Melbourne University, Psychology Department, “New Issues in Regulation of Psychologists”, October 2007

29. Melbourne University, Psychology Department, “Subtle Issues in Boundary Violations: Law, Ethics and Psychology”, October, 2006

28. Melbourne University, Psychology Department, “Regulation of Psychologists, August 2005

27. Maurice Blackburn Cashman, “Coronial Law and Plaintiff Opportunities”, 2005

26. Maurice Blackburn Cashman, “Coroners Case and Plaintiff Opportunities, February 2004

25. University of Melbourne, Psychology Department, “Transgressions and Temptations”, March 2004

24. Limerick University, “Withdrawal of Life Support: Irish and Australian Parallels”, April 2004

23. La Trobe University, “Querulent Paranoia, Universities and the Resolution of Aggrievement”, September 2004

22. Maurice Blackburn Cashman, “The Medical Practitioners Board: Insights for Plaintiff Lawyers”, June 2004

21. Deakin University, “Research Opportunities and Incentives”, October 2004

20. Macquarie University, “Regulation of the Health Professions”, November 2004

19. La Trobe University, “The Right to Die”, Melbourne, November 2003

18. Victoria University, Judicial Administration and Justice Studies Institute and the School of Law, “Disciplinary Tribunals: Coercion and Concubinage”, October, 2003

17. La Trobe University, “Predicting Recidivist Homicide: Evaluating the Post-Governor’s Pleasure Era”, Melbourne, May 2002

16. NISCALE, Leiden University, “Stalking: International Approaches”, Leiden, June 2001

15. NISCALE, Leiden University, “Professional Regulation: the Role of the Part-time Judge”, Leiden, June 2001

14. NISCALE, Leiden University, “Pre-trial Prejudicial Publicity: Issues for Forensic Psychology and Criminology”, Leiden, June 2001

13. La Trobe University, Department of Law and Legal Studies, “Fornication, Deception and Audiotape: Perspectives on Professional Regulation”, Melbourne, 2001

12. NISCALE, Leiden University, “Empirical Perspectives on Expert Evidence”, Leiden, June 2001

11. NISCALE, Leiden University, “DNA Evidence”, Leiden, June 2001

10. La Trobe University, Department of Law and Legal Studies 2000, “Compensation for Victims of Crime in Socio-Legal Perspectives”

9. Deakin University, Law School, September 1999, “Miscarriages of Justice: Perspectives on Fissures in the Justice Structure”

8. Flinders University, May 1999: “Failure to Warn of Risks”

7. University of Iceland, Law School, June 1999, “Misuse of Expert Opinions: Steps on the Journey toward Miscarriages of Justice”

6. La Trobe University, Department of Law and Legal Studies, 1998, “Religious Heterodoxy and Judicial Blackmail”

5. University of Tasmania, Law School, 1998, “Religious Dissent and Family Law”

4. University of Tasmania, Law School, 1997, “Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and the Civil Law”

3. Griffith University Law School, 1996, “Autonomy, Pathologisation and Litigation: Coercive Persuasion, Repressed Memories and Battered Spouses”

2. Otago University Law School, 1995, “Child Protection Litigation and Cults: A Prosecutor’s Perspective”

1. Otago University Law School, 1995, “The Syndrome Phenomenon”