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Proposed changes to workers comp laws will lead to more disputes and legal action
Criminalising coercive control will risk harm to First Nations women
State and territory ministers urged to oppose plan for NDIS independent assessments
Vaccine compensation scheme falls short
Calls for law change to ensure transparency around development in Wilderness World Heritage Areas
Misuse of COVID-19 tracing data must be punishable with sanctions and liability
Badly injured SA workers to be hit hard by proposed changes to workers comp laws
ALA’s first national president acknowledged in Queen’s Birthday Honours List
ALA’s first national president acknowledged in Queen’s Birthday honours
Minister urged to use discretionary powers to show compassion to Sri Lankan Tamil family
National Reconciliation Week action needed to achieve justice for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
NSW affirmative consent laws unlikely to make a real difference
COVID-19 pandemic highlights urgent need for Australian human rights charter
Amendment to migration law will cause serious harm
Children’s commissioners and guardians unite in opposing NT legislation
Bolstering quarantine facilities must be priority to allow more open, safe Australian borders
India travel ban is ‘draconian’ use of Govt powers
Hunter left out of regional and rural health inquiry
SA harassment report shows cultural reform urgently needed
30 years since Royal Commission: criminal justice system still fails First Nations people
Inability to challenge NDIS assessments undermines principles of ‘choice and control’
Labor’s aggravated trespass plan is unwieldy and will not protect resource industry
Lawyers welcome rejection of anti-protest laws
Proposed youth justice reforms in NT will not make community safer
Juvenile crime laws will not make communities safer
International Women’s Day: Timely reminder to call out sexual harassment in legal profession
Lawyers say time is now for drug law reform
Government urged to act quickly on Aged Care RC recommendations
Online Safety Bill gives broad new powers without due process
ALA thanks Victorian Attorney-General Jill Hennessy
Newcastle lawyer honoured for commitment to social justice
Provisional payments Bill will benefit workers experiencing mental illness
Sexual abuse inquiry welcome but terms of reference must not be too limited
Aged care performance data must be made public
Bystander training needed in legal profession to help prevent harassment
Industrial manslaughter laws needed to set workplace safety expectations
Lawyers urge decriminalisation of cannabis use in Victoria
Body-worn police camera laws in VIC need urgent revision for use in civil matters
Budget 2020 failed to address urgent and life-threatening issues in aged care
Lawyers welcome inquiry into rural and regional health to prevent further tragedy
Millions in compensation payments delayed due to slow Centrelink processing
Prison lockdowns cannot be solution to preventing COVID-19 outbreak
Urgent action needed to prevent COVID-19 crisis in disability care
Access to justice in Victoria limited by childcare restrictions
Fair compensation for work injuries ‘almost impossible’ if NSW scheme issues not resolved
Grant bail for non-violent offences to help prevent COVID-19 prison outbreak
Reform needed to fix failings of workers’ comp schemes
Lawyers urge Council of Attorneys-General to raise age of criminal responsibility