15 December 2010
The Hon. Justice Roderick Howie of the Supreme Court of New South Wales will teach this semester one intensive unit as part of Sydney Law School's Postgraduate Criminology Program for 2011.
Criminal Procedures examines the processes of the criminal justice system.
It considers its successive and main stages and roles of the principal participants in the system, particularly the police, suspects, accused persons, prosecutors, defence counsel, judges and experts.
topics covered include:
Justice Rod Howie graduated from Sydney University with degrees of LLB and LLM (Hons).
He has been a practitioner in the criminal courts exclusively since 1978 and has appeared as both a solicitor and barrister in criminal courts ranging from the NSW Local Court to the High Court of Australia.
He took silk in 1987.
He retired from that Court in 2010 but holds a Commission as an Acting Justice.
His Honour is joint author of Butterworths Criminal Practice and Procedure NSW.
The unit is available to study through the following Sydney Law School degree programmes:
For further enquiries or to apply or enrol, please contact the Postgraduate Team.
For further information on Criminology at Sydney Law School:
Contact: Greg Sherington
Phone: +61 2 9351 0202