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Northern Ireland, Australia's socially nervous cousin ... Leverhulme catches-up with Belfast lawyer Ciaran Moynagh ... Fighting the fight for minorities in Northern Ireland ... On the front line of the struggle for marriage equality ... Echoes of Australia ... Read more ... 



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Being 'un-Australian' ... Refugee Advice and Casework Service ... Setbacks, survival, evolution ... Legal work for refugees in a shifting policy environment ... Handling Peter Dutton's deadline ... Senior RACS lawyer Alison Ryan talks to Subeta Vimalarajah ... Read more ... 

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    "Like most, I have tried to be there for friends and family who are gay."  

    Former prime minister Tony Abbott, leading anti-marriage equality campaigner. Fairfax Media, September 13, 2017 ... Read more ... 


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    Justinian Featurettes

    The High Court walks down the aisle on postal appropriation ... The High Court hearings on the same-sex marriage postal survey ... The subjective state of Mathias Cormann's mind comes under the microscope ... Whether the advance to the finance minister was "urgent" and "unforeseen" ... Plaintiffs' and Commonwealth's arguments reviewed by Scott Young ... 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 ... 


     

    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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    Saturday
    Jul292017

    Republicans besieging the republic

    Trumpcare - skinny repeal dies of starvation ... Pardons and impeachments ... The voter purge movement ... Ersatz war crime sees compensation for Mr Khadr ... Democrats need to get a grip ... From Our Man in Washington 

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    Friday
    Jul282017

    Euthanasia's slippery slopes

    Victorian legislation on voluntary assisted dying ... Bundle of safeguards to appease opponents ... How the religious right holds back the popular will ... Tight conscience vote expected ... Earning "Action Points" from Father Lyle and the ACL ... Madeline White reports from the front line 

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    Thursday
    Jul272017

    RIP Rofe

    David Rofe QC ... A complex life ... Mother in sharkskin ... Cases and right wing causes ... Bar room insults ... Lofty correspondence ... Decay and despair 

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    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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