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Learn from industry experts, whilst accumulating CPD points.
Understanding the details of rigorous scientific testing can strengthen the credibility of your case in court.

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Each module is around one hour in length and we’ve broken the modules into short chapters to enable you to progress at your own pace.

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Specifically designed for lawyers and judges, to assist you with the use of DNA evidence, furthering your understanding of DNA technology.

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On completion of each module you will be provided with a certificate of completion, to enable you to claim CPD points if applicable.

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Our tailored training services assist lawyers to meet continued professional development (CPD) requirements and help put you in a better position to present and challenge DNA and other evidence in court.

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Explore Our Courses

Our tailored training services assist lawyers to meet continued professional development (CPD) requirements and help put you in a better position to present and challenge DNA and other evidence in court.


Register now to gain access to our course content!

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AU$ 175.00 (inc. GST)

Decoding DNA for Lawyers

An introduction to DNA evidence and terms commonly used in reports and by expert witnesses.

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COMING SOON

Demystifying statistics

An advanced look at DNA profile interpretation and statistical analysis and how DNA evidence can be used in court for those with experience in DNA evidence.

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Helen Roebuck and Jae Gerhard

About Us

We are Helen Roebuck and Jae Gerhard and we each have around 20 years’ experience as forensic scientists. With expertise in DNA analysis and interpretation, body fluid identification and bloodstain pattern analysis our combined experience extends across all jurisdictions of Australia, as well as New Zealand, the UK and Asia.

We are passionate about not only assisting with the review of forensic evidence, but also in the education of lawyers, to ensure that miscarriages of justice through the misrepresentation of DNA evidence does not occur.