The Judicial Commission of New South Wales, an independent statutory corporation, is part of the judicial arm of government. It was established by the
The Commission’s principal functions are to:
- assist the courts to achieve consistency in sentencing
- organise and supervise an appropriate scheme of continuing education and training of judicial officers
- examine complaints against judicial officers.
The Commission may also:
- give advice to the Attorney General on such matters as the Commission thinks appropriate; and
- liaise with persons and organisations in connection with the performance of any of its functions.
NGARA YURA PROGRAM: Aboriginal cultural awareness in New South Wales
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