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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 ... 


     

     

    Tuesday
    Mar102015

    Pro Rata Data Retention

    Beware: automatic recording of law lectures ... Sounds travel, particularly private ones ... Barely Legal tangles with the Canberra press reptiles on spill day ... Law making more fun in the parliamentary cauldron than in the courtroom 

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    Friday
    Mar062015

    The madness of Senator George Brandis 

    The attacks on Prof. Gillian Triggs by the prime minister and the attorney general have made her position stronger than ever ... The preposterous Gorgeous George Brandis ... Twists and turns of the job offer that wasn't an inducement ... Not since Marcus Einfeld's time has the HRC attracted such heat 

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    Friday
    Mar062015

    Judges in the money

    Victoria's judges get control of the money ... Courts wrenched free of the public servants ... Sword and purse ... Review of the cheesy Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities ... Yarraside Yarns 

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    Thursday
    Mar052015

    Secret plan to defenestrate NSW LRC

    NSW Department of Justice wants to hijack the staff of the New South Wales Law Reform Commission ... The commission, as we know and love it, would cease to exist ... Independent law reform reporting threatened ... LRC starved of work and withering on the vine  

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    Tuesday
    Mar032015

    The dog ate the homework

    Secretary of the Attorney General's Department loses crucial notes of conversation with Senator Brandis and Gillian Triggs ... Chris Moraitis' briefcase goes missing on world trip ... What else was in the briefcase that might pose a risk to the nation's security? ... Losing confidence ... Public Service Code of Conduct needs to be followed ... Stephen Keim SC and Alex McKean are on the case 

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    Tuesday
    Mar032015

    A ray of sunshine for the Sunshine State

    Queensland's new attorney general and her shadow ... A refreshing change ... Prospect of genuine bipartisan engagement on law and justice policies ... Peter Callaghan SC says it's time to restore judicial discretions 

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    Monday
    Mar022015

    A false claims led recovery

    Barry Lane has a fix for the budget deficit and Joe Hockey's revenue woes ... A False Claims Act would generate rivers of gold for the Treasury ... Using whistleblowers to unstitch rorts by corporates and charities who are contracted to deliver government services 

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    Sunday
    Mar012015

    Harmers: stuck in the honey pot

    James Ashby and Harmers fail in lunge for Commonwealth to pay costs of proceedings against former Speaker, Peter Slipper ... The latest, and maybe final, chapter in one of the nation's grubbiest political escapades 

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    Monday
    Feb232015

    Hicks: the questions that should have been asked

    The Guantánamo torture diaries that have rocked the best-seller lists ... The Howard government's manifold blunders in the Hicks' case ... Imperial demands ... The United States' exceptional interpretations of the law of war ... Our Man in Washington, Roger Fitch, reports 

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