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In a double act the likes of which you have never seen, former supportive colleagues, now lukewarm acquaintances, Rennie Anderson of NTLAC and Carly Ingles of the DPP will be jointly presenting this CPD on ethics. Speaking to the latest or greatest ethical principles for criminal lawyers, and applying those in practical terms to the most exciting of jurisdictions – the Northern Territory, this CPD will narrow in on some curly questions about prosecutorial duties of disclosure, playing (or not) and cross-examining on police interview and defence counsel duties when ‘defending the guilty client and other dilemmas’.
Rennie Anderson was admitted to practice in 1998, after which he practised in the private profession at the independent bar and more recently has been a Legal Aid defence lawyer with the NT Legal Aid Commission commencing in 2009.
Carly Ingles is presently a Crown Prosecutor in the Alice Springs Office of the DPP. This followed a long stint as a defence lawyer, firstly at the Central Australian Aboriginal Legal Service from 2005, and then at NT legal Aid Commission from 2010. Carly was also a member of the Community Visitor Program, working in the mental health and alcohol mandatory treatment areas as a non-legal advocate for 8 years until 2015. She also has a pre-Alice Springs career in Melbourne, at the Australia Government Solicitor, where she completed articles, was a Solicitor Assisting the Royal Commission into the Building and Construction Industry for 18 months, and then as a Senior Lawyer on the commercial team there. Carly is currently the alternative Alice Springs representative on the Law Society of the Northern Territory Council.
Earn 1 CPD point in Professional Ethics and Responsibilities (CA)