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Judicial Registrar Of The Children’s Court

Court Services Victoria - Melbourne, VIC

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About the role

About the Court

The Children’s Court of Victoria is a specialist court that hears and determines cases in two divisions. The Family Division hears and determines cases involving the care and protection of Victorian children who are at risk of harm. The Criminal Division hears and determines the criminal charges brought against children between the ages of 10-17 years.

As a specialist and dedicated court, we focus on responding to the particular needs and interests of children, young people and their families. This focus guides our approach to the delivery of judicial, dispute resolution, registry and support services, as well as the physical environment of our courts.

The Children’s Court expertly and fairly applies the law in cases involving children and young people. We work closely with youth justice, legal services, child protection and other community-based services to provide a multi-disciplinary court response to address the best interest of children in need of protection, whilst promoting the accountability and rehabilitation of young offenders and in doing so, improving community safety.

About the role

Judicial Registrars are appointed for a period up to 5 years by the Governor in Council on the recommendation of the Attorney-General.

Judicial Registrars may exercise all or any powers of the Court delegated to them pursuant to rules of court. Candidates should note that rules of court are currently under development.

Judicial Registrars will be required to sit at all the locations of the Children’s Court throughout Victoria as directed by President.


To be eligible for appointment as Judicial Registrar, the successful candidate must be legally qualified and admitted to legal practice in Victoria or another State or a Territory, or enrolled as a legal practitioner of the High Court of Australia, for not less than 5 years.

The candidate will have substantial practice experience and a demonstrated understanding of Children’s Court processes. The candidate will also have superior communications skills, resilience, and the ability to make timely decisions in a fast-moving and complex environment.

All expressions of interest will be treated confidentially.

Expressions of interest, to be marked ‘Private and Confidential’, should include a resume, a short covering letter outlining your interest in the role and details of appropriate professional and personal referees.