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Myth man ... Turnbull the know-all ... Dual citizens in parliament ... PM declares the High Court has already found for the government ... The illusion of brilliance ... No postal voting for "silent" electors ... Polly Peck reports from Canberra ... Read more ... 



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Are you being served? ... Barely Legal's part-time job in retail ... The humiliation of a top law student having to wear a uniform and a name tag ... How to work on a Torts essay while serving customers ... The pleasure of being sacked ... Read more ... 

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    "The progression of time is not fungible." 

    Attorney General George Brandis keeping an eye on the clock at a senate estimates hearing. August 18, 2017 ... Read more ... 


    For the latest developments in media law … www.glj.com.au 


    Justinian Featurettes

    Fast sleeper Julian Burnside is On The Couch ... His latest book is a must for all good shelves ... Watching Out: reflections on justice and injustice ... A book about a chimera ... Fresh confessions are unburdened ... Read more ... 


    Justinian's archive

    Who killed Dr Kelly? ... Clarence Darrow and the vanishing art of advocacy … Doctors convinced David Kelly was murdered … Alex Mitchell files from what’s left of Fleet Street ... From Justinian's archive, July 20, 2009 ... Read more ... 


     

    Tuesday
    Aug222017

    Fear and loathing at the Lubyanka

    Federal courts update ... Public Sector Union complains to the Public Service Commissioner about hiring processes at the federal courts ... Lack of important detail at senate estimates ... Tears at the courts' Canberra support office 

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    Monday
    Aug212017

    Myth man

    Turnbull the know-all ... Dual citizens in parliament ... PM declares the High Court has already found for the government ... The illusion of brilliance ... No postal voting for "silent" electors ... Polly Peck reports from Canberra 

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    Saturday
    Aug192017

    All Gas and Gaiters

    Daphnis and the vanishing foundation stone ... De-naming ... "Churchie" school teachers on molestation spree ... Old guard led by Lord Eldon in revolt ... Serious fraud complaint to Charities Commission ... Sir Terence O'Rort reports 

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    Wednesday
    Aug162017

    Section 44 history lesson

    Procrustes at the blackboard ... Age-old stoushes over MPs eligibility ... Rights and privileges from a foreign power ... What about MPs receiving douceurs from foreign powers? ... Common law up against the power of Home Affairs 

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    Friday
    Aug112017

    Federal courts exodus

    Toot-toot ... Ferry man leaves the wharf ... All aboard with new staff ... Old timers walk the plank ... Industrial turmoil at the federal courts as new bosun comes on board 

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    Tuesday
    Aug082017

    Budget pains

    From where is the extra $6 million for NSW CLCs coming? ... South Australian bar accounts in limbo ... Eight months late the new ICAC is born 

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    Thursday
    Aug032017

    Not so settled 

    Traditional Aboriginal owners want a nuclear waste dump on their NT land, plus quite a bit of money ... Move to unstitch Commonwealth settlement with neighbouring community, which is opposed to the nuclear dump ... Back to court ... Top End reporter Subeta Vimalarajah follows the action 

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    Wednesday
    Aug022017

    Julian Burnside

    Fast sleeper Julian Burnside is On The Couch ... His latest book is a must for all good shelves ... Watching Out: reflections on justice and injustice ... A book about a chimera ... Fresh confessions are unburdened 

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    Monday
    Jul312017

    Much ado

    Injunction against Law Society dropped ... Feast of St Ignatius proceeds uninterrupted ... Taxpayers subsidising VicBar's portrait collection ... Opinions on High attracts tetchy comments ... Top End is hyper-normalised ... Down with Darwin ... Goings On with Theodora 

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