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A day in the life of a court registrar

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If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to work in the courts, this session is for you!

Hear directly from the Magistrates' Court of Victoria’s (MCV) registrars on what makes MCV such a great place to work, with diverse career pathways and opportunities. With an introduction by MCV's Principal Registrar. Facilitated by the Learning and Development team.
Please note the following:
- Allow 20 mins to go through court security before the event.
- To ensure a smooth entry through security do not bring sharp items / glass bottles / tools / lighters / torches / lasers to court.
- Once inside the courtroom please observe court etiquette: do not take photos / have your mobile phone switched on / use electronic devices / eat, drink or chew gum / wear a hat or sunglasses.

*If you are unable to attend in-person please register to join the live stream. *

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Magistrates' Court of Victoria (MCV)

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