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Tackling revenge porn
Tackling revenge porn

 Emily Scott Apr 2017

Due to the rapid increase in image sharing platforms, advances in technology and globalisation, revenge porn has become an unfortunate buzzword in recent years.

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Similarities and differences
Similarities and differences

 Anna Parker and Suzanne Bettink Apr 2017

Families are often involved in both the Children’s Court and the Family Law Courts. practitioners should be aware of the main differences in the laws and processes of the two jurisdictions...

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Practice notes
Practice notes

 Law Institute Journal Apr 2017

The filing of a Notice of Risk is mandatory with any initiating application or response seeking parenting orders in the FCC. It is the prescribed form used for allegations of child abuse and family violence...

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Practice notes with byte
Practice notes with byte

 Julian Lambert Apr 2017

New court guidelines encourage speed and efficiency in civil proceedings. The Supreme Court of Victoria and Federal Court of Australia have recently updated their technology in civil proceedings...

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Review of Victoria's Bail System
Review of Victoria's Bail System

 Criminal Law Section Mar 2017

The LIV's Review of Victoria's Bail System submission was prepared in response to the Victorian Government's decision to review Victoria's Bail System.

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On the frontline
On the frontline

 Belinda Wilson Mar 2017

We call on our leaders in law for help in educating the public. Within the first two months of this year we have seen a public assault on some of the most...

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Cross-examination – art or science?
Cross-examination – art or science?

 Melissa Lirosi Feb 2017

If you’ve ever studied criminal law or attempted to hone your skills in cross-examination you will most likely have pondered the question of whether effective cross-examination is an art or a science...

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Therapeutic justice the solution, not the cause of criminal activity
Therapeutic justice the solution, not the cause of criminal activity

 LIV Media Feb 2017

The LIV is concerned about recent media commentary that suggests a therapeutic approach by magistrates and the judiciary is to blame for...

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Unsolicited
Unsolicited

 Law Institute Journal Feb 2017

An unintended precedent? Shearman v Owners Corporation No 1 417405Y [2016] (Shearman) VSC 551 (21 September 2016) held that VCAT had jurisdiction to determine a matter...

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Federal Court Changes
Federal Court Changes

 Liz Harris Feb 2017

The Court has taken a significant step to limit matters requiring the preparation of the bill of costs by indicating a preference for making a lump sum cost order...

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Report shows criminal justice system more punitive
Report shows criminal justice system more punitive

 Law Institute of Victoria Feb 2017

Jesuit Social Services inaugural States of Justice Report shows that numbers of offenders have remained relatively steady...

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Practice Notes
Practice Notes

 Law Institute Journal Feb 2017

The Federal Court (Criminal Proceedings) Rules 2016 (the Comprehensive Rules) came into effect on 10 November 2016. These rules apply to indictable criminal proceedings and...

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Family Law Judgments
Family Law Judgments

 Robert Glade-Wright Feb 2017

In Parke & The Estate of the Late A Parke [2016] FamCAFC 248 (24 November 2016) the husband appealed the setting aside of a financial agreement by Judge Howard...

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