CRIMINAL LAW COMMITTEE CHARTER
AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY
The Criminal Law Committee (CLC) is the committee of the Association which deals with matters involving (collectively criminal matters):
The CLC is responsible for:
liaising with the Law Council of Australia (usually via the President) in relation to:
CONSULTATION WITH PRESIDENT
The CLC consults with the President prior to:
The CLC meets:
The quorum for a meeting is 3 members of the CLC. The procedure at meetings is determined by the Chair.
The CLC by its secretary maintains minutes of its meetings and forwards those minutes to the Association’s executive assistant within 7 days of each meeting.
CONSULTATION WITH SUBSTANTIVE LAW COMMITTEES
The CLC by its Chair (or nominee) consults with the Chairs of the Family Law Committee and the Commercial & Civil Law Committee and the President:
The CLC reports:
The CLC may form one or more working groups dedicated to specific aspects of its functions or specific projects.
A working group comprises at least one person who is a member of the CLC and such other members of the Association as the CLC appoints.
The membership of the CLC comprises:
The Bar Council may from time to time appoint or remove a person as a member of the CLC.