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Inquiry into Freedom of Speech 2016
Inquiry into Freedom of Speech 2016

 Clara Bradley Jun 2017

The LIV submits that the current operation of Part IIA of the Racial Discrimination Act does not impose unreasonable restrictions upon freedom of speech...

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A joint open letter to the Attorney-General and Ministers Mikakos and Neville on youth justice reform
A joint open letter to the Attorney-General and Ministers Mikakos and Neville on youth justice reform

 LIV Media Jun 2017

The LIV has co-signed a letter to the Victorian state government expressing deep concerns about the recent...

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Solicitor in person costs
Solicitor in person costs

 Andrew Tabone Jun 2017

The LIV Costs Lawyers often receive queries from practitioners regarding their entitlement to recover professional costs in instances where they have appeared as a self-represented litigant....

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June LIJ flipbook
June LIJ flipbook

 Law Institute Journal Jun 2017

Welcome to the June LIJ flipbook. You can turn pages electronically, magnify type and click through to editorial content, LIV goods and services and upcoming events and advertising.

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Rights without remedies
Rights without remedies

 Bill Swannie Jun 2017

An independent review recommended the Charter be amended to allow legal proceedings based on breach of the rights in the Charter. Recent cases illustrate the current difficulties...

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Victoria Police Restorative Engagement and Redress Scheme
Victoria Police Restorative Engagement and Redress Scheme

 Criminal Law Section May 2017

The LIV welcomes the Department of Justice and Regulation's inquiry into the merit and form of a restorative engagement...

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Time to remove stigma of old minor offences records – LIV
Time to remove stigma of old minor offences records – LIV

 LIV Media May 2017

The Law Institute of Victoria is urging the state government to consider legislation for a spent convictions scheme in Victoria...

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Standing Committee on Economy and Infrastructure: RSPCA Inquiry
Standing Committee on Economy and Infrastructure: RSPCA Inquiry

 ALHR Section May 2017

The LIV welcomes the Standing Committee on Economy and Infrastructure's Inquiry into the RSPCA Victoria. The LIV notes that...

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Voluntary Assisted Dying Submission
Voluntary Assisted Dying Submission

 Administrative Law and Human Rights Section May 2017

The LIV has made a submission to the Ministerial Advisory Panel on Voluntary Assisted Dying to ensure proposed legislation for voluntary assisted dying in Victoria is clear, workable and in line with the rule of law.

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LIV welcomes budget measures to reduce family violence
LIV welcomes budget measures to reduce family violence

 LIV Media May 2017

The Law Institute of Victoria today welcomed the measures outlined by the Victorian Government in the State Budget to tackle family violence and improve court infrastructure and services...

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It’s appealing
It’s appealing

 Katie Miller and Brittany Myers May 2017

Metricon Homes v Softley & Softley sets out two tests for applications for leave to appeal VCAT decisions to the Supreme Court which have practical implications for practitioners.

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Champion of change
Champion of change

 Carolyn Ford May 2017

Court of Appeal president Justice Chris Maxwell is shocked by the numbers that tell a sorry tale for women in the law. Damning new data from Victoria’s Court of Appeal illustrates...

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Call for urgent response to Indigenous prison crisis
Call for urgent response to Indigenous prison crisis

 Fiona McLeod SC May 2017

We must recognise that many of the drivers of Aboriginal imprisonment stem from the Australian legal system itself. Although just 2.5 per cent of the Australian population identify as Indigenous...

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‘National tragedy’ in focus
‘National tragedy’ in focus

 Marie-Claire Muir May 2017

Laws and legal frameworks will be examined in the ALRC inquiry into the increasing incarceration rate of Indigenous Australians. On 10 February 2017 the Australian Law Reform...

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A long way to go
A long way to go

 Elena Tsalanidis May 2017

In 2017 women lawyers should earn what they deserve – the same as their male counterparts. The gender pay gap is an enduring barrier to gender equality. In short, men are...

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