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Monday, 7 December 2009

JCV online test

Last week the Judicial College of Victoria unveiled a self-test that practitioners can use to test their knowledge of the new Evidence Act 2008.



Unless you have a photographic memory access to the Act will be required to complete it.



It's not comprehensive. Consisting of 12 questions covering relevance, hearsay and tendency evidence, I'd say its main purpose is to underline just how unprepared many practitioners are going to be for the changes commencing Jan 1st.

2 comments:

Sarah Goodwyn said...

I got 9/12! Is that good?

Elucubrator said...

I reckon that's pretty good Sarah! I got 11/12, but I had to spend a bit of time going through the legislation to decide between some of the alternatives.