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    "... by statutory declaration you can now change your sex. So ... if you like to go into women's lavatories and rape women you can now say I'm a woman." 

    "Professor" David Flint describing the "slippery slope" should same sex marriage be legalised. 2GB, August 9, 2017 ... Read more ... 


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


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    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 ... 


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    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 ... 


     

    From Alan Moir moir.com.au

    Tuesday
    Jul252017

    The taxonomy of professional misconduct

    Those wretched BASs ... A barrister drowning in tax, tax and more tax ... Drinking ... Health issues ... General disorganisation ... The full nine yards ... Peta Leigh reports 

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    Monday
    Jul242017

    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 

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    Friday
    Jul212017

    No Paris hat for these Harris pats

    (Apologies to Cole Porter) ... Leverhulme assembles the data to try and make sense of Rolf Harris's criminal trials ... Three trials ... Guilty of 12 indecent assaults ... 5 years, 9 months in pokey ... Lengthy jury deliberations ... London Calling 

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    Friday
    Jul212017

    Falling foul of the junta

    Top appeals judge in Thailand fails anticipated elevation to the country's number one judicial position ... Drug cases and anti-corruption decisions thwarted his career path ...  From Alex Mitchell in Bangkok 

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    Thursday
    Jul202017

    Arthur Moses

    The boy from the wild west of Sydney climbs to the top limbs of the barristers' tree ... Arthur Moses on the couch ... President of the NSW bar and treasurer of the Law Council of Australia ... Big agenda items ... Long lists of projects ... Run, run, run 

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    Thursday
    Jul202017

    Eyes Right

    Procrustes reviews what's going on with the Right ... Starting with a Dobell exhibition near Healesville ... Yesterday's values ... The Joshua Smith case ... Mrs McNamara and the Road Traffic Authority ... Community Legal Centres and advocacy litigation ... Finally, fetching-up with John Cameron and Scott Ludlam 

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    Tuesday
    Jul182017

    Horse talk

    Yarraside Barrister's reputation repaired with award of aggravated damages against The Age ... Defamatory articles lingered on the internet ... Serious award for seriously hurt feelings 

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    Monday
    Jul172017

    Moulds remain unbroken

    The diversity mirage for clerkship applicants ... The second round interview is more akin to social vetting ... An applicant's "likeability" is the key ... Our Student-at-Large complains about the charisma quotient 

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    Saturday
    Jul152017

    Top End law

    Slap on the wrist for Darwin lawyer of "exemplary character" ... Guilty plea to cocaine bust ... Stellar references ... Great sporting ability ... Subeta Vimalarajah courtside 

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