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New powers to target corporate wrongdoing
New powers to target corporate wrongdoing

 John Price 01 Jul 2019

Changes will affect financial services licensees and their legal advisers...

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Reward whistleblowers to expose corruption
Reward whistleblowers to expose corruption

 Karin Derkley 28 Jun 2019

In the United States those who expose misconduct and corruption are celebrated in an annual National Whistleblower Appreciation Day...

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Government lawyers the ‘moral compass’ of their organisations
Government lawyers the ‘moral compass’ of their organisations

 Karin Derkley 19 Jun 2019

Government lawyers have been urged not to lose sight of "true north" and ensure they give "honest fearless advice" on every legal issue that arises...
 

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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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Who can they tell?
Who can they tell?

 Philip Hill 03 Dec 2018

In many cases, statutory confidentiality requirements have been critical to the success of corruption investigations...

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Offensive comments drive call for independent police complaints body
Offensive comments drive call for independent police complaints body

 Karin Derkley 27 Feb 2018

Extraordinarily offensive comments by a former senior Victorian police officer responsible for professional standards highlights need for a complaints system that holds police accountable for their conduct, says the LIV...

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IBAC defends record on police complaints
IBAC defends record on police complaints

 LIJ 26 Oct 2017

Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC) general counsel Dr John Lynch has responded to an opinion article published in the October 2017 LIJ in which human rights lawyer Merys Williams argues that police misconduct complaints should be investigated by an independent, transparent complaints body...

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When unpaid work experience becomes exploitation
When unpaid work experience becomes exploitation

 Jessica Awad 01 Jul 2016

Many young lawyers volunteer their time outside work to get ahead in today’s competitive market...

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Supreme Court Judgments
Supreme Court Judgments

 Greg Reinhardt 01 Jul 2016

In a news article and a colour piece published in the Herald Sun on 14 May 2013, and subsequently uploaded to the internet, there was reference to Club Rawhide. In a news article and a colour piece...

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