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The journalistic career of Michael Bradley ... Busy managing partner pumps out the commentary in a prolific stream of articles ... While many journalists are desperate to get into law we find a lawyer who's bursting to write ... Read more ... 



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Veritas in trouble ... The Future of News - Journalism in a Post-Truth Era ... Big chinwag at Harvard with luminaries from the print and online worlds ... Truth now out-of-fashion ... Journos grapple with what's next ... No immediate solutions ... Hannah Ryan's Letter from Cambridge ... Read more ... 

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    "At the end of the day it has been stressful for he [sic] and his family. Of course it has. We recognise that. We appreciate a great deal the diligence he has put in under the circumstances and how he has driven the company to where it is at the moment."  

    Kerry Stokes, chairman of Seven West Media, supporting chief executive Tim Worner, at the half-year results where a 91 percent drop in profits was announced. February 15, 2017 ... READ MORE >>


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    Justinian Featurettes

    Week@TheKnees ... February 21 to February 27 ... Brandis may have misled parliament on Bell scandal ... The Department of Bullies dooms asylum seekers' applications to failure ... Child sex offenders still receive financial assistance from the Catholic Church ... Ditch coal, Australia should export rule of law, says Warren CJ ... No culture problem at Seven West Media? ... Fair Work Commission finds not all burgers were created equal ... Compiled by Sohini Mehta ... Read more ... 


    Justinian's archive

    Snake oil regulation ... Lawyer advertising … Self-regulation keeps the lean and hungry lawyers at bay and controls the snake oil salesmen … Ad hocery galore … Why should the industry trade unions decide what lawyers can spruik? ... Brydens (when winning is everything) takes on the regulators … Tulkinghorn goes to town ... From Justinian's archive, July 2010 ... Read more ... 


     

     

    Tuesday
    Jan202015

    Bar wants to protect the public from Roulstone 

    Former Keddies' partner Scott Roulstone hammering on the door of the NSW bar council for a ticket ... Bar says there are unresolved issues ... Decision pending in NSW Supremes  

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    Monday
    Jan192015

    News Desk special

    Angelic death notices from the bar ... Soapy slips on FOI changes ... Unusual interlocutory costs order for Chris Dale ... Judge ticks off Abbott in letters' page ... Knock About's festive salute to the coppers  

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    Friday
    Jan162015

    Satire still intact 

    The Aussie version of the Tea Party is out in force, again, on free speech and the need to defenestrate s.18C ... Fallout from Charlie Hebdo ... Freedom Boy must have forgotten the Bropho case, if he ever knew about it in the first place ... Procrustes says Bin Laden should have studied Renoir's The Luncheon of the Boating Party 

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    Tuesday
    Jan132015

    Gagging the lawyers

    Queensland's Newman government sails into the election with its ideological agenda intact ... Community legal centres to lose funding if they speak out on government policy ... Throttling the voice of the vulnerable ... Stephen Keim and Alex McKean comment 

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    Monday
    Jan122015

    Best of the worst

    2014's proudest moments for lawyers and the law ... The mesmerising performance of Bookshelves Brandis ... The inquisitorial system's manifold distractions ... Top End Lawn Order ... Defamatorium ... Ashby, Assange, Whitlam, ASIO, and more ... Theodora's wrap of the year  

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    Monday
    Apr042011

    The case that "brought defamation into contempt"

    Bristow v Adams likely to see costs application against plaintiff's solicitor ... Litigation that should never have commenced ... Backyarder to end all backyarders ... Horror case ... Defamatorium 

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