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Criminal Law Noticeboard March 2021 - Criminal Law NSW author retires from Bench

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Criminal Law NSW author, Anthony Martin Blackmore, has retired from the District Court of NSW.

In late February, Attorney General Mark Speakman announced the appointment of 3 new Judges to replace Judge Blackmore and 2 of his colleagues on the Bench.

The three new Judges, Andrew Coleman SC, Craig Smith SC and Tanya Smith SC will be sworn in in March.

Thomson Reuters is pleased that Judge Blackmore will continue to write for Criminal Law NSW and proffers every good wish for his retirement.

We would like to offer our congratulations to the new Judges on their appointment and wish them well as they embark on this new journey.

The Criminal Law Practice Area on Westlaw has many services that are designed to complement each other to provide the breadth of coverage of a single compendium but with the in-depth analysis that specific focus areas will allow. In addition, the Alert and the reports series will also enable practitioners to keep up to date with pertinent caselaw. When taken in its entirety, the Criminal Law Practice Area will furnish subscribers with a full picture of Criminal Law in the respective jurisdictions without the necessary restrictions of single services. The Criminal Law Noticeboard is specifically geared for specialists in the area and will deliver news items of interest and significance written and curated by in-house editors. To subscribe to the Criminal Law Practice Area on Westlaw, contact Thomson Reuters.
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By Wyn Diong
Senior Content Manager

Wyn is an experienced Senior Content Manager in the Analytical Law Team at Thomson Reuters with a long history of working in the information services industry. She holds a Bachelor of Media and a Postgraduate Certificate in TESOL from Macquarie University. In her years with Thomson Reuters, she has worked on multifarious publications in both Primary Law and Secondary Sources and is at present, nurturing multiple subscription services including Uniform Evidence Law, Indictable Offences Queensland and Victorian Courts. She is the (co)author of numerous articles on Legal Insight covering a diverse range of topics. Prior to joining Thomson Reuters, she worked for Pan Macmillan Australia at the Macquarie Dictionary and taught English as a Second Language and Academic English at Macquarie University.

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