MASTERS OF OUR FATE

The oath of judicial office articulates the essence of judicial responsibilities: to discharge our duties according to law, to the best of our knowledge and ability, and without fear, favour or affection. Implicit in this promise is a commitment to acquire and maintain a range of competencies essential to our work.

For this, Victorian judicial officers look to the Judicial College of Victoria. 

The Honourable Chief Justice Marilyn Warren AC

NAVIGATING FUTURE CHALLENGES

The courts and tribunals of Victoria function in a changeable environment and predicting the future is difficult.

Embracing opportunity

There are endless openings for the College to support the judiciary in meeting whatever the future may bring.
 

OUR VISION

We support the judiciary to successfully meet the challenges of their roles through education, research, knowledge creation and dissemination.

 
 
 

 

MASTERS OF OUR FATE 2017 - 2025

 

 
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Law and Literature Series

 
 
 

Men at some time are masters of their fates; 
The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, 
But in ourselves, that we are underlings.

(Cassius to Brutus)
Julius Caesar, Act 1, Scene 2
William Shakespeare
(1564–1616)

 
 
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Acknowledgement of country

The Judicial College of Victoria pays its respects to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples; their knowledge, culture, history, diversity and connection to their land.

We recognise the influential role of judicial education in shaping community, and strengthening relationships between First Nations people and the judiciary.