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Nauru matters
Nauru matters

 Catherine Farrell 01 Mar 2019

Justice Connect’s Nauru Network is an example of the power of pro bono...

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FAQs: Oaths, affirmations, statutory declarations and certifications
FAQs: Oaths, affirmations, statutory declarations and certifications

 Department of Justice and Community Safety 27 Feb 2019

The Oaths and Affirmations Act 2018 and related regulations bring together, clarify and update laws about oaths, affirmations, affidavits and statutory declarations that were previously found in the Evidence (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1958...

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Informer anonymity threatens criminal justice system
Informer anonymity threatens criminal justice system

 Karin Derkley 19 Feb 2019

Courts could become further clogged as a result of the police informants scandal if clients come to doubt their lawyers are acting in their best interests, the opening session at the Royal Commission into Management of Police Informants heard last week...
 

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Inquiry must examine link between mental health and criminal justice
Inquiry must examine link between mental health and criminal justice

 Karin Derkley 13 Feb 2019

The Royal Commission into Mental Health needs to look at how mental health issues can all too easily topple people into the criminal justice system or precipitate other legal problems, Victoria Legal Aid (VLA) has said in its submission to a consultation on the terms of reference for the royal commission...

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Justice Matthew Connock
Justice Matthew Connock

 Law Institute Journal 01 Feb 2019

Justice Matthew Connock was welcomed to the Supreme Court of Victoria on 18 April 2018. Among the speakers was 2018 LIV president Belinda Wilson. This is an edited version of her speech...

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Client management data essential
Client management data essential

 Chris Povey 01 Feb 2019

Social justice organisations need the right tools to capture impact...

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Criminal justice organisations collaborate to improve wellbeing across sector
Criminal justice organisations collaborate to improve wellbeing across sector

 LIV Media 12 Dec 2018

Ten legal, judicial and government organisations have signed a Statement of Shared Commitment to improve the wellbeing of those working in the criminal justice sector...

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Statement of Shared Commitment
Statement of Shared Commitment

 LIV Media 11 Dec 2018

The signatories of this Statement commit to a shared set of values, common understandings and a collective focus to work on improving the well-being of those who work across the criminal justice sector...

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Criminal justice organisations collaborate to improve wellbeing across sector
Criminal justice organisations collaborate to improve wellbeing across sector

 LIV Media 11 Dec 2018

Ten legal, judicial and government organisations have signed a Statement of Shared Commitment to improve the wellbeing of those working in the criminal justice sector...

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Law Institute of Victoria responds to informer disclosures
Law Institute of Victoria responds to informer disclosures

 LIV Media 03 Dec 2018

The LIV is extremely concerned by disclosures that a legal professional acted as a police informer against clients during the gangland wars...

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High court judgments
High court judgments

 Andrew Yuile 03 Dec 2018

In Mighty River International Limited v Hughes; Mighty River International Limited v Mineral Resources Limited [2018] HCA 38 (orders 19 June 2018; reasons 12 September 2018) the High Court upheld the validity of a deed...

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Supporting victims of crime
Supporting victims of crime

 VLRC 03 Dec 2018

A new Act recognises a victim of crime has an inherent interest in the response by the criminal justice system to that crime...

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LIV welcomes new Attorney-General and Minister for Youth Justice
LIV welcomes new Attorney-General and Minister for Youth Justice

 LIV Media 29 Nov 2018

The appointment of solicitor and former Minister for Health Jill Hennessy as Attorney-General was welcomed today by the Law Institute of Victoria...

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