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The trouble with IBAC
The trouble with IBAC

 Merys Williams Oct 2017

It's time for an independent investigation of police misconduct complaints....

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Why we need committals
Why we need committals

 Tim Freeman Jul 2017

The role and relevance of committal proceedings are again in the spotlight. There has not in living memory been such a focus on law and order policy in this state...

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Striking the right balance
Striking the right balance

 Deen Sanders Jun 2017

The practice of law is evolving but is the regulatory framework of legal practice evolving fast enough? Professions generally have an uneasy relationship with government...

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Unsolicited
Unsolicited

 Law Institute Journal Mar 2017

The Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC) has the power to investigate police misconduct complaints but refers roughly 90 per cent to Victoria Police...

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When conventional justice fails
When conventional justice fails

 Bebe Loff and Dr Liz Bishop Mar 2017

A community-based restorative justice intervention project is aimed at survivor-victims of sexual violence. Despite the implementation of continuous reform since the 1980s..

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Age of congestion
Age of congestion

 Law Institute Journal Mar 2017

The world’s most liveable city loosens its belt. There’s a simple question that enables you to work out the age of a Melbourne resident. Are you old enough to remember when you...

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Anonymity and the right to know
Anonymity and the right to know

 Louise Johnson Dec 2016

Under new donor conception laws making contact will be easier for donor-conceived people and donors. Since the implementation of Victoria’s first donor conception laws in 1988, there have been...

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