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Human rights and administrative law: Imposing a COVID-19 curfew
Human rights and administrative law: Imposing a COVID-19 curfew

 Vanessa Twigg 01 Jun 2021

Even during a pandemic, an administrative decision maker must exercise powers according to law and take human rights into account. The case of Loielo v Giles provides guidance. 

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Ethics: Frank and fearless
Ethics: Frank and fearless

 Donna Cooper and Michael Dolan 01 Jun 2021

There are some unique ethical challenges that government lawyers may face.

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Crown land: Navigating a new world
Crown land: Navigating a new world

 Lauren Walley 01 Jun 2021

Sitting outside the Torrens title system, Crown land is governed by its own legislation and practices, including for titling, management, sales, leasing, restricted land use and subdivision.

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Government procurement: Challenging tender decisions
Government procurement: Challenging tender decisions

 Emily Jennings and Macky Markar 01 Jun 2021

The introduction of the GPJR Act marked a significant change, providing a clear and express right to judicial review. While it is a positive development, two years on the practical implications are becoming apparent. 

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Regulation: A new paradigm for future risk
Regulation: A new paradigm for future risk

 Dariel De Sousa 01 Jun 2021

For systemic risks such as those caused by climate change, the past is not necessarily a reliable guide to the future.

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High Court judgments
High Court judgments

 Dr Michelle Sharpe 01 Jun 2021

In Victoria International Container Terminal Limited v Lunt [2021] HCA 11 (7 April 2021) the High Court had to consider whether an applicant’s motive for commencing proceedings (and concealment of that motive) amounted to an abuse of process that necessitated a permanent stay of the proceeding.

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Federal Court judgments
Federal Court judgments

 Dan Star QC 01 Jun 2021

Appeal from primary judge rejecting agreed penalty and imposing substantially higher penalty.

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Family Law judgments
Family Law judgments

 Craig Nicol & Keleigh Robinson 01 Jun 2021

Mother’s “fixed” but unfounded allegations of sexual abuse by father were damaging to the children.

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Supreme Court judgments
Supreme Court judgments

 Dr Michael Taylor 01 Jun 2021

Mathieson v The Queen; Berry v The Queen; Smith v The Queen [2021] VSCA 102 (23 April 2021) No S EAPCR 2020 0093.

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Legislation Update
Legislation Update

 LIV Library 01 Jun 2021

New Victorian 2021 assents and regulations, and Commonwealth 2021 assents, regulations and bills.

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Practice notes
Practice notes

 Law Institute Journal 01 Jun 2021

Law Institute of Victoria: COVID-19 Hub – www.liv.asn.au/COVID19

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In_Sites
In_Sites

 LIV Library 01 Jun 2021

VALS Justice Yarns, Australian Bar Association: Eliminating sexual harassment podcast, William & Lonsdale Podcast: Lives in the Law, Environment Protection Authority Victoria, Judicial College of Victoria – Victorian Criminal Charge Book and Judicial College of Victoria – How to work with vulnerable witnesses.

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In_Print
In_Print

 Law Institute Journal 01 Jun 2021

This month’s books cover non-statutory executive action, a historical look at constitutional reform and responsible government in pre-federation Australia, Victorian land contracts and crime fiction.

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In_Reference
In_Reference

  LIV Library 01 Jun 2021

Online resources, articles, Lexis Red and CCH eBooks available at the LIV library.

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Ethics Committee rulings: Material witness
Ethics Committee rulings: Material witness

 LIV Ethics Committee 01 Jun 2021

Ethical dilemmas are part of everyday practice for solicitors. The Ethics Committee is available to help.

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