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    "... by statutory declaration you can now change your sex. So ... if you like to go into women's lavatories and rape women you can now say I'm a woman." 

    "Professor" David Flint describing the "slippery slope" should same sex marriage be legalised. 2GB, August 9, 2017 ... Read more ... 


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    Fast sleeper Julian Burnside is On The Couch ... His latest book is a must for all good shelves ... Watching Out: reflections on justice and injustice ... A book about a chimera ... Fresh confessions are unburdened ... Read more ... 


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    Who killed Dr Kelly? ... Clarence Darrow and the vanishing art of advocacy … Doctors convinced David Kelly was murdered … Alex Mitchell files from what’s left of Fleet Street ... From Justinian's archive, July 20, 2009 ... Read more ... 


     

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    Friday
    May122017

    The missing psychiatrist

    Litigation ... Claims of a "stratagem" ... Psychiatrist gives hundreds of expert reports to litigants, but cannot be located for cross-examination ... Doctor is subpoenaed but fails the show in person ... The syrup in every pudding ... Dizzo judge asks the Supreme Court to examine the possibility of contempt ... Sohini Mehta reports on a strange case 

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    Thursday
    May112017

    Pauline Wright

    Ms Wright ... A busy bee, if ever there was one ... Pauline Wright, actor, swimmer, lifesaver, campaigner, playwright, passionate devotee to good causes ... And president of the Law Society of NSW ... Meet the person behind the whirlwind 

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    Wednesday
    May102017

    A night out

    The big night of bench and bar schmoozing interrupted by a call for gender equality ... "WTF" ... Many codgers not on the page ... Women briefs ecstatic ... Tweets galore ... Others roaming the alleyways ask, "where are the characters?" 

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    Monday
    May082017

    Manus case goes upstream

    Judge agrees to streaming for Manus class action against the Commonwealth ... Open justice ... Members of the group are widely dispersed ... Benthamites delighted ... Peach Melba with her latest Yarraside report 

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    Friday
    May052017

    Rares as hens' teeth

    Federal Court judge throws down the gauntlet ... Solicitors told to keep off the bar's patch ... Too many solicitors spoiling the broth ... Barristers are more efficient and cheaper! ... The client's "best interests" 

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    Friday
    May052017

    Not so wonderful Copenhagen

    Denmark ... Great at furniture design, but wanting in legal education ... Maybe it's because university education is free ... (N.B. Malcolm Turnbull) ... An LLM exchange student looks for the rigour ... Hygge more important than a high paying job ... Hannah Wootton files from Copenhagen 

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    Tuesday
    May022017

    Nowhere land

    Kafkaesque passport scenario ... New "effective and efficient procedures" ... Stuck in immigration detention while seeking to be removed to Pakistan ... Nauru or PNG would be better than Villawood ... Shades of Al-Kateb ... From Sohini Mehta 

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    Sunday
    Apr302017

    Outwitted

    Barely Legal hallucinates about the Witness Examination Competition ... Three rounds in a haze of Codeine ... The triumph of the inquisitorial learning process ... Winning, losing - who knows 

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    Saturday
    Apr292017

    The search for Australian values

    Driven by suspicion and fear ... The store detective cases ... The "intuitive" actions of the Border Protection brigade ... Persecution of artists ... Cases that reflect different traditions ... How broadminded and tolerant are we, Procrustes asks? 

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