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An efficient justice
An efficient justice

 Andrew Field 02 May 2016

With the introduction of the Criminal Procedure Act 2009 and the Evidence Act 2008 came the significant innovation of the interlocutory appeal mechanism in criminal trials. The procedure is now well understood, but...

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You're standing on my commercial interests
You're standing on my commercial interests

 Brian Yeom 02 May 2016

In Argos the High Court has confirmed that a business owner likely to suffer a loss of profitability due to administrative decisions may be a "person aggrieved" under the ADJR Act...

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The High Court's struggle with the self-incrimination privilege
The High Court's struggle with the self-incrimination privilege

 Dr Cosmas Moisidis 02 May 2016

It can be argued that the High Court's understanding of the self-incrimination privilege has been inaccurate and incomplete, and that this has caused...

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Wig era over in Supreme Court
Wig era over in Supreme Court

 Law Institute Journal 02 May 2016

Wigs will no longer be worn by Supreme Court judges in Victoria except in exceptional circumstances. ollowing consultation with the Council of Judges of the Supreme Court of Victoria, Chief Justice...

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Law Week 2016
Law Week 2016

 Law Institute Journal 02 May 2016

Law Week 2016 (16-22 May) has more than 100 events - mostly free - for lawyers and non-lawyers alike. On 20 May, the LIV is hosting a lunchtime panel discussion, led by High Court judge...

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Fare go
Fare go

 Julian Burnsite QC 02 May 2016

The Western Community Legal Centre (WCLC) wants to reform the public transport penalties system for secondary students to allow reduced fines and instalment payment arrangements...

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Call for Indigenous Treaty
Call for Indigenous Treaty

 Professor Megan Davis 02 May 2016

Constitutional recognition of Indigenous Australians had to go beyond a weak symbolic gesture to become a model that compelled governments to act.

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Farewell to Chief Judge Rozenes
Farewell to Chief Judge Rozenes

 Law Institute Journal 02 May 2016

An overflowing County Court to farewell retired Chief Judge Michael Rozenes in March demonstrated the high esteem in which he is held.

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Standing up for justice
Standing up for justice

 Karin Derkley 02 May 2016

LCA president-elect Fiona McLeod SC was always attracted to performing. If it wasn’t for a last minute failure of nerve, president-elect of the Law Council of Australia Fiona McLeod SC might have ended up in comedy...

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Call for targeted CPD for lawyers
Call for targeted CPD for lawyers

 Carolyn Ford 02 May 2016

Lawyers need to have family violence CPD training, according to the Royal Commission into Family Violence. Education and CPD training in family violence issues for lawyers has been urged by the Royal Commission...

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Bias busting in practice
Bias busting in practice

 Karin Derkley 02 May 2016

Talking about the unconscious biases that influence the way lawyers are recruited and progress is an important step in firms building true diversity. 

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Celebrating 175 years of legal history
Celebrating 175 years of legal history

 Carolyn Ford 02 May 2016

A new book lifts the lid on the early years of Victoria's highest court. 

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Where the states stand
Where the states stand

 Compiled by Karin Derkley 02 May 2016

What do law societies around the country say about technology, engaging with Asia, and the over-supply of law graduates? We asked the CEOs in the second of this two part series.

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Let Them Stay campaign a success
Let Them Stay campaign a success

 Daniel Webb 02 May 2016

Pro bono support from the legal profession has been crucial in keeping 267 asylum seekers here.

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Chief Judge Michael Rozenes
Chief Judge Michael Rozenes

 Michael Rozenes 02 May 2016

Retired Chief Judge of the County Court of Victoria Michael Rozenes was farewelled at a ceremony on 18 March. Among the speakers was LIV president Steven Sapountsis. This is an edited version of his speech.

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