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Archive Jul 2014

Environmental Litigation Punches Through The Class Divide

Long gone are the days when environmental activists would “grow their own denim and knit their own yoghurt,” as Alexi Sayle once told The Secret Policeman’s Other Ball.

Aviation Litigation

The families of the Australians killed in the horrific Ukraine missile attack will soon be dealing with the added distress of complicated litigation.

From Headmaster to Magistrate

Is it any wonder recidivism is so perennial when you look at new research on school discipline and its failings?

Juries “Amenable” or Influenced?

You don’t often see a Crown prosecutor grilled in the witness box. Like many of my colleagues, I was riveted by the spectacle of Margaret Cunneen, SC, under the hammer at the Royal Commission into Child Sex Abuse.

Belated Justice

In the 1990s Sydney was rocked by the revelations senior police were protecting notorious pedophiles.

Growing Chorus…as an old battle resumes

Condemnation continues to build for the Baird’s Government’s knee-jerk review of the New Bail Act – a row all the more fascinating for an ancient feud that’s been reignited.

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