Judicial Stress and Judicial Bullying
Judicial stress and bullying are serious and complex issues. The nature of judicial work can lead to significant stress, yet judicial stress is not a subject which is often discussed. Similarly, the problem of judicial bullying is considered by some to be an unmentionable subject.
In this course, the Hon. Michael Kirby discusses:
- the causes of judicial stress;
- the effects and characteristics of judicial stress;
- what constitutes judicial misconduct and bullying; and
- the steps that can be taken to respond to judicial bullying.
|Competency Type||Ethics and Professional Responsibility|
|Area of Expertise||Advocacy, Criminal Law, Family Law, Litigation|
|Features||Interactive Content, Self-Paced Completion, Access on Any Device, Receive Certificate of Completion|
|Author 1||The Hon Michael Kirby AC CMG|