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Dizzo World ... Early plea adjournments ... Dizzo defends its patch ... Judges will switch-off repetitive briefs ... Commercial cases rescued by retrospective legislation ... Fresh judges ... Walama Court goes wanting ... Read more ... 


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Duckling with sweet green peas ... The Alstons - Richard and Philip ... Human Rights Alston and Nasty Party Alston ... How do families breed them? ... Poverty and wealth distribution in the West ... And Jolly John Kerr's letters to the Palace ... Procrustes on the King's Two Bodies  ... Read more ... 


 

 

Justinian's Bloggers

Rethinking the delivery of law ... Justice Project largely overlooked by the media ... A legal system in need of change at every level ... LCA report urges a "holistic", multi-disciplinary approach ... Identifying potential legal problems before they take hold ... Peach Melba on the case ... Read more ... 

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    "I've always seen parliament as a disadvantage, frankly, for sitting governments." 

    Peter Dutton, Minister for Home Affairs. SkyNews, December 10, 2018 ... Read more flatulence ... 


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    Justinian Featurettes

    The Gazette of Law & Journalism interviews Fairfax's editorial counsel Larina Alick ... The failure of the law to protect public interest journalism ... The uncontested rote of suppression orders ... Rebel Wilson and the assault on damages caps ... Getting the big stories over the line ... Cultural divide between judges and the newsroom ... Read more ... 


    Justinian's archive

    Keith Mason ... The former president of the NSW Court of Appeal is at it again ... Another sparking book on lawyers and the law ... Published in time for Christmas stockings ... Tall stories and true ... Keith Mason is venting on Justinian's couch ... From our archive, December 2, 2014 ... Read more ... 


     

     

    Friday
    Jul312015

    Southwood Ho

    The Stella Maris fallout continues ... NT Supremo says there's no apprehended bias in his hearing a costs case where his wife has been privy to details of the defendant's evidence and strategy ... Judge insists his wife is detached ... Lay observer would not think a married couple would talk about matters in dereliction of their obligations 

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    Tuesday
    Jul282015

    Clutz required to do the splits

    Split trial for Dale v Clayton Utz ... Former partner suing firm for breach of contract ... Yarraside Appeals says Chris Dale has privilege against self-incrimination ... Kate Lilly on the case 

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    Monday
    Jul272015

    The bold and the bashful

    Unveiling Unrobed ... New baby barrister blogs for Justinian ... Fresh faced shockers ... Diamond sugar daddy on the prowl 

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    Sunday
    Jul262015

    Court fees and the diversity impact

    Wimmin enraged by prominent men ... UK government wants to crank another £48 million out of court fees ... British Labor Party reverts to old ways ... Leverhulme's London Calling 

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    Friday
    Jul242015

    Those hazy, crazy days at law school

    Bronwyn Bishop - law student ... Conflicting explanations for academic lapses ... Unfortunate details about failed subjects from David Leser's biography,  A Woman in Pursuit of Power 

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    Thursday
    Jul232015

    Bell that cat

    Real estate news - Bell sells ... Recycling the College of Law and old Sydney law buildings ... Bookwork - law librarian movements ... Celebrity report - more news about Charles Waterstreet  

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    Tuesday
    Jul212015

    Nothing turgid here

    Much to lean from a Canadian judge whose work sparkles ... Litigants and witnesses mercilessly sprayed in delicious asides ... We should have more of it 

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    Sunday
    Jul192015

    Immunisation under review

    Trouble with the advocates' immunity - where does it start and stop? ... Do a series of faulty statements of claim attract the immunity? ... Full Feds to the rescue ... Emilie Lentz reports 

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    Sunday
    Jul192015

    Lame excuse for misappropriation 

    Siphoning a miserable $12,000 from a property settlement sees a solicitor prised off the jam roll ... Implausible explanation for misappropriation ... Emilie Lentz at the Hellfire Club 

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