A woman found guilty of murder for her part in the death of her husband at the hands of her former lover will appeal against her conviction in May or June.
Margaret Anne Otto, 47, was sentenced to 15 years' jail with a non-parole period of seven-and-a-half years in October last year for the 2017 murder of her husband Dwayne Robert Davies.
Justice Michael Brett directed the Hobart Supreme Court on Tuesday to list the appeal for the third appeal term of 2020, which runs from May 25 until June 5.
Otto's lawyer Caroline Graves said she expected the appeal to take three to four days.
"The trial lasted five or six weeks... I would not like to underestimate the time," Ms Graves said.
Prosecutor Madeleine Wilson confirmed the Crown would be pursuing its appeal against Otto's sentence on the basis it was "manifestly inadequate".
The court will prepare an electronic appeal book for the matter.