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News from the font of misfeasance ... ICAC chalks-up another win ... Corrupt businessman's notice to produce sent packing ... Journalist's campaign against ICAC founders ... Bizarre straddle on UN meddling ... Read more ... 


Justinian Columnists

Tommy Playford - South Australia's energy socialist ... Procrustes reviews a new film, The NEG ... Everything new is old again ... How South Australia's Tom Playford split the government with his energy policy, but captured the support of Labor ... Why didn't Turnbull take a leaf from Sir Thomas' book? ... Read more ... 


 

 

Justinian's Bloggers

Herogram for a CLC ... Inner Melbourne Community Legal's first 40 years ... Started by big-wigs for disadvantaged citizens ... Health-Justice partnerships ... Legal-Social partnerships ... Peach Melba on a vibrant social-justice model  ... Read more ... 

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    "I've never known an editor in this country that has ever suggested Rupert Murdoch or any family member has intructed them to do anything ..." 

    John Hartigan, long-serving Murdoch retainer, responding to Kevin Rudd's description of News Corp as a "cancer" on democracy. The Sydney Morning Herald, August 28, 2018 ... Read more flatulence ... 


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


    Justinian Featurettes

    The Chaser's Julian Morrow gets serious on Justinian's Couch ... An escapee from the law who came into our lives as a comedian and satirist ... The joys of employment law could not hold him ... Now the master of ceremonies at Continuing Professional Development Under the Influence ... Read more ... 


    Justinian's archive

    Saving newsprint by omitting drivel ... Election advice – ignore the War Party ... Abe Saffron – libel terrorist ... Rugby notes ... Conniptions at Uni of Syd over Challis chair and law school merger ... Evan Whitton at large ... From Justinian's archive, July 16, 2010 ... Read more ... 


     

    Wednesday
    Jul182018

    Dinner's off

    Attorney General seeking money from well-lined barristers ... Feeder pond for the federal courts ... Solicitor whacked with costs after long-winded communications break-down ... Bye-bye Bluto ... ANU's online Juris Doctor brought back to life ... Goings On with Theodora 

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    Monday
    Jul162018

    Points on The Map

    Groomed for success ... Ticket remains in suspension after failed Full Court appeal ... More collateral injuries from the Neill-Fraser case ... Notebooks shredded in Slicer contempt scare ... Supreme Court judges sit on top of each other 

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    Friday
    Jul132018

    Self-represented lawyers and their fees

    Lawyers who act for themselves have a fee-earner for a client ... Breakthrough from the NSW Court of Appeal ... Chorley principle extends to barristers ... Happily, all brands of lawyers can now charge fees for representing themselves in litigation ... Stephen Murray reports courtside 

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    Friday
    Jul132018

    Horrifications, blackouts and stress

    "Im a solicitor ... and you're a fat c***" ... The defence of "alcohol induced blackout" ... Plus, a barrister tells a fib to Philip Selth ... Plus, the dreadful bank deposit book mix-up 

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    Friday
    Jul062018

    It's a Lottery

    Busy time at the Bureau de Spank ... Barrister's breach of undertakings ... Telling pork pies to the court ... Solicitor lets non-lawyer husband have access to her firm's trust account ... Unauthorised withdrawals ... Lack of professional candour ... Stephen Murray reports from the Hellfire Club 

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    Friday
    Jul062018

    Lorenzo Street's passing out parade

    Street the Stockman ... The shirt of flies ... Platypus Junction ... Street the charmer ... Friend of the press ... A legacy in law and love ... The sea and the bush 

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    Thursday
    Jul052018

    The Minus wars

    Struggle by the Australian Bar Association to keep its name to itself ... Barrister's business used a similar name ... Attempt to make barristers' service more accessible ... Into the future ... Long and tiring litigation looks like drawing to a close ... Nick Bonyhady reports 

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    Wednesday
    Jul042018

    Keeping the government safe

    Collaery prosecution ... Whistleblowing conspiracy ... Fallout from Australia's Timor Leste bugging spree ... Woodside and Alexander Downer ... Selective prosecution policy ... Canberra's long, slow dance with duplicity 

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    Thursday
    Jun282018

    No Silver lining 

    Freehills gets its fees from the failed United Petroleum float ... No breach of duties by the firm ... Financials not ready in time for the prospectus ... Letter of engagement ... Stephen Murray reports from the Yarraside Supremes 

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