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 LIV Library 26 Nov 2018

This review of the Victims of Crime Assistance Act 1996 (Vic) by the Victorian Law Reform Commission, tabled in the Victorian parliament on the 19 September 2018, recommends a new scheme ...

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Legal service helping Aboriginal youths is forced to close
Legal service helping Aboriginal youths is forced to close

 Karin Derkley 21 Nov 2018

Balit Ngulu, which closed down in October because of a lack of ongoing funding, would seem exactly the kind of service needed to keep Aboriginal kids out of prison and out-of-home care...

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Boot camp won't reduce reoffending, experts say
Boot camp won't reduce reoffending, experts say

 Karin Derkley 20 Nov 2018

Sending lower level teen offenders to "boot camp" may be more likely to entrench them in a life of crime than "scare them straight", youth justice experts say...

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Court must support vulnerable families
Court must support vulnerable families

 Karin Derkley 15 Nov 2018

A proposed restructure of the family law courts will add complexity and undermine the world-leading features of the Australian family law system, the LIV argues...

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Lawyers need better business skills: roundtable
Lawyers need better business skills: roundtable

 Karin Derkley 13 Nov 2018

Managers and leaders in the legal profession are poorly equipped to respond to the commercial and technological challenges being forced on the industry...

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Politicians and legal community go head to head on crime
Politicians and legal community go head to head on crime

 Karin Derkley 01 Nov 2018

The judiciary and their sentencing practices came in for criticism at the Politics of Crime forum at the Melbourne Press Club...

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November LIJ Flipbook
November LIJ Flipbook

 Law Institute Journal 01 Nov 2018

Welcome to the November 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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Law and order election
Law and order election

 Karin Derkley 01 Nov 2018

Burglary and break and enter offences are the lowest they have been in a decade but crime is high on the election agenda...

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State Election 2018: The parties respond
State Election 2018: The parties respond

 Law Institute Journal 01 Nov 2018

The Labor government, the Coalition Opposition and the Greens respond to the 10 priorities identified in the LIV’s Call to Parties...

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State Election 2018: Statement from Attorney-General Martin Pakula
State Election 2018: Statement from Attorney-General Martin Pakula

 Martin Pakula 01 Nov 2018

The Labor government is proud of achieving law reform, delivering much needed funding and making record investments in community safety...

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State Election 2018: Statement from shadow Attorney-General John Pesutto
State Election 2018: Statement from shadow Attorney-General John Pesutto

 John Pesutto 01 Nov 2018

The Coalition promises to transform Victoria's criminal trial process so that victims have a real voice if it wins government...

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State Election 2018: Statement from Greens justice spokesperson Sue Pennicuik
State Election 2018: Statement from Greens justice spokesperson Sue Pennicuik

 Sue Pennicuik 01 Nov 2018

Access to justice, crime prevention and fair sentencing are important issues for the Greens...

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Hungry for reform
Hungry for reform

 Joe Lederman 01 Nov 2018

Recent developments have shown there is a need for food labelling and consumer protection legislation designed specifically for online food sales...

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They found my iPhone
They found my iPhone

 Paul McGorrery 01 Nov 2018

A recent decision has upheld a ruling that although a mobile phone may have been unlawfully or improperly seized and searched, evidence obtained from it may still be admissible...

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Substantially identical?
Substantially identical?

 Margaret Ryan 01 Nov 2018

Two recent decisions have broadened the approach to the test of whether a trade mark is “substantially identical” with another mark...

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