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Rushing About ... The Rush trilogy ... Geoffrey Rush v Daily Telegraph ... Clash of cultures ... What it means for reputation and free speech ... The pandemic of "inappropriate touching" ... The Telegraph story ... The trial ... Defamation and the #NotHimToo movement ... Read more ... 


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Race based vote gutting ... Post mid-terms ... Trump toady takes over as AG ... Voter suppression in overdrive ... Racial tone to election rigging ... Roberts court heads off the "danger" of non-white voting ... Trump's election stunts ... From Roger Fitch ... Our Man in Washington ... Read more ... 


 

 

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Law of the tribe ... Former USyd law dean champions Indigenous law degree in Canada ... Juris indigenarum doctor ... Australian law schools yet to embrace the opportunity ... Asking tough questions about Indigenous legal orders ... Corporate support ... Nick Bonyhady talks with Jeremy Webber ... Read more ... 

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    "I've always seen parliament as a disadvantage, frankly, for sitting governments." 

    Peter Dutton, Minister for Home Affairs. SkyNews, December 10, 2018 ... Read more flatulence ... 


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    Justinian Featurettes

    The Gazette of Law & Journalism interviews Fairfax's editorial counsel Larina Alick ... The failure of the law to protect public interest journalism ... The uncontested rote of suppression orders ... Rebel Wilson and the assault on damages caps ... Getting the big stories over the line ... Cultural divide between judges and the newsroom ... Read more ... 


    Justinian's archive

    Keith Mason ... The former president of the NSW Court of Appeal is at it again ... Another sparking book on lawyers and the law ... Published in time for Christmas stockings ... Tall stories and true ... Keith Mason is venting on Justinian's couch ... From our archive, December 2, 2014 ... Read more ... 


     

     

    Monday
    Dec102018

    Dizzo World

    Inconvenient early plea adjournments ... Dizzo defends its patch ... Judges will switch-off repetitive briefs ... Commercial cases rescued by retrospective legislation ... Fresh new judges, but the bar wants the court to be reviewed ... Walama Court goes wanting 

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    Friday
    Dec072018

    You feeling safe now, punk?

    Decrypring the encryptions ... Christmas spree of paedophiles and terrorists thwarted (not quite) ... Requests and notices ... Anti-corruption commissions removed from the scheme ... New legislation back for further tweaking in the New Year ... Oversight missing in inaction ... International ramifications ... Janek Drevikovsky reports 

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    Thursday
    Dec062018

    Letter from the Court of St James's

    Update from Australia House ... HE George Brandis sends Christmas greetings from The Strand ... Marvellous party ... 100th birthday for Australia House ... Bronze bust to be commissioned of HE ... London Diary ... And more 

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    Tuesday
    Dec042018

    Up the back of the court

    Missing the crucial second step on the apprehended bias test ... Recusal application dismissed ... Brief thought judge was looking after the other side ... The judge found no such thing ... Janek Drevikovsky reports 

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    Friday
    Nov302018

    Theodora reports

    Vale Clockface Gunson ... Heavy duty functions organiser at the SA Bar ... ALRC moves to Brisneyland ... Game on for family court restructure ... Hungry Yarraside silks ... Federal Court footnote 

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    Tuesday
    Nov272018

    Duckling with sweet green peas

    The Alstons - Richard and Philip ... Human Rights Alston and Nasty Party Alston ... How do families breed them? ... Poverty and wealth distribution in the West ... Government policies create society's permanent sub-class ... And Jolly John Kerr's letters to the Palace ... Procrustes on the King's Two Bodies 

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    Monday
    Nov192018

    Oh, Geoffrey

    Rushing About Part One ... First in the trilogy ... Geoffrey Rush v Daily Telegraph ... Clash of cultures ... What it means for reputation and free speech ... The pandemic of "inappropriate touching" ... The Telegraph story and the meanings extracted by Rush lawyers ... The case for the newspaper 

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    Monday
    Nov192018

    Oh, sweetheart

    Rushing About Part Two ... Geoffrey Rush v Daily Telegraph ... The trial ... The touch ... The theatre of reputation ... Which breast? ... Lies and "disgusting lies" ... Complainant, a brave and impressive witness in the face of "florid and extravagant" cross-examination ... A telling email about reputation ... Scrumptious and Yummy  

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    Monday
    Nov192018

    Oh, Wigney

    Rushing About Part Three ... Geoffrey Rush v Daily Telegraph ... The #MeSue movement ... Truth - get thee behind me ... Responsible, public interest journalism a lost cause ... Australia - a free press backwater ... Is the Federal Court up to the task? 

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