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    From Alan Moir moir.com.au

    Tuesday
    May262015

    Where's the evidence?

    AFP drops inquiry into whether an inducement was offerered to Prof. Gillian Triggs by the government ... Investigation stymied by "loss" of notes taken by departmental secretary ... FOI request shows failure to follow security procedures ... Little information to corroborate that the notes were ever missing ... Alex McKean takes it further 

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    Monday
    May252015

    Poor Bluto

    Queensland chief justice Tim Carmody says he'll resign if the attorney general meets his conditions ... The "experiment" that failed ... AG standing firm, while Carmody plays the violin ... When will we hear the last tune? 

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    Tuesday
    May192015

    Certification of Carmody's incapacity

    Cowan appeal ... Carmody CJ certifies he is incapable of delivering appeal judgment ... CJ on sick leave for a month ... Stark difference in written submissions from the parties ... Carmody wanted secret hearing 

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    Friday
    May152015

    Party time in Sydney

    Skulduggery thwarted ... Bar secretary apologises ... A new "working party" to get QC selection up and flying ... Meanwhile there was a huge knees-up for the launch of New Chambers in the Deutschland building 

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    Tuesday
    May122015

    Barbarians inside the gate

    Turmoil at the NSW Bar n' Grill as restorationists push ahead with their demand for royal plumage ... Federal Court rumours ... Chief Justice lock-out ... Van Diemen's Land briefs haggle to hook onto the government teat 

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    Monday
    May112015

    Can there ever be enough lawyers?

    Record numbers of law graduates being minted ... Australia currently producing one new graduate per 2,000 head of population ... Universities cranking them out ... More lawyers per head than the USA ... Comparative lawyer output in Australia, Britain, Canada and the USA ... Bright futures dimming 

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    Sunday
    May102015

    Ongoing drama at the Cauldron

    No apprehension here ... Queensland chief justice too biased to know he's biased ... No alternative but to withdraw from Cowan appeal ... Emails and memoranda show extent of judicial fracture ... CJ unable to produce important judgment ... Bluto in strife, again 

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    Thursday
    May072015

    It's getting colder, but student politics is heating-up 

    It's election time on campus ... Operating in Stalin's shadow ... One student organisation is creating waves by under-spending its budget ... Barely Legal has the shocking details 

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    Wednesday
    May062015

    A cry of pain from Parramatta

    Judge says Federal Circuit Court is overburdened ... Important cases concerning the welfare of children are delayed for years ... Case loads of the judges are two to three times what they should be ... Matters are over-listed by up to 400 percent ... Emilie Lentz reports 

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