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Attorney-General Jill Hennessy sees role as platform for reform and advocacy
Attorney-General Jill Hennessy sees role as platform for reform and advocacy

 Carolyn Ford 05 Feb 2019

Victorian Attorney-General Jill Hennessy was just three days into her new job when the scandal that broke over Informer 3838 prompted the call for another ..

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A dying wish . . . or lack thereof
A dying wish . . . or lack thereof

 Richard Hughes 01 Feb 2019

Should dead people become parents? Community attitudes appear to have shifted over time and legislatures have had to play catch-up...

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Support for families and lawyers
Support for families and lawyers

 Karin Derkley 01 Feb 2019

A pilot support service for families in the family courts is making a huge difference for their lawyers too...

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High court Judgments
High court Judgments

 Andrew Yuile 01 Feb 2019

In UBS AG v Scott Francis Tyne as Trustee of the Argot Trust [2018] HCA 45 (17 October 2018) the High Court considered the power of courts to permanently stay proceedings as an abuse of process...

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Committal system under review
Committal system under review

 Victorian Law Reform Commission 01 Feb 2019

Lawyers will be asked for their input on contempt of court and committals inquiries...

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High court judgments
High court judgments

 Andrew Yuile 03 Dec 2018

In Mighty River International Limited v Hughes; Mighty River International Limited v Mineral Resources Limited [2018] HCA 38 (orders 19 June 2018; reasons 12 September 2018) the High Court upheld the validity of a deed...

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Federal court judgments
Federal court judgments

 Dan Star QC 03 Dec 2018

In Stowers v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection [2018] FCAFC 174 (12 October 2018) the Full Court allowed the appeal and set aside the primary judge’s decision...

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Family law judgments
Family law judgments

 Robert Glade-Wright and Craig Nicol 03 Dec 2018

Decision that an application filed at 7.40pm be treated as filed that day contrary to FLR 24.05(2) set aside...

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Supreme court judgments
Supreme court judgments

 Professor Greg Reinhardt 03 Dec 2018

Discovery of confidential commercial documents-protecting confidentiality...

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LIV calls on parties to respect and protect the critical role of judicial independence and discretion
LIV calls on parties to respect and protect the critical role of judicial independence and discretion

 LIV Media 16 Nov 2018

Despite the proven ineffectiveness of mandatory sentencing as a deterrent to crime, the government plans to introduce mandatory sentences...

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LIV calls for parties to commit to improving metropolitan and regional infrastructure
LIV calls for parties to commit to improving metropolitan and regional infrastructure

 LIV Media 12 Nov 2018

The LIV is calling on all parties to commit to improving metropolitan and regional legal infrastructure...

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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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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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High court judgments
High court judgments

 Andrew Yuile 01 Nov 2018

In Hossain v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection [2018] HCA 34 (15 August 2018) the High Court held that there was no jurisdictional error in a decision of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT)...

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Federal court judgments
Federal court judgments

 Dan Star QC 01 Nov 2018

Whether inflexible application of government policy – whether aspects of the policy unlawful...

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