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Police charge two with kidnapping
Queensland workers’ comp premiums remain lowest
Secret trials need reform
Queensland reflects on anniversary of historic Mabo decision
Law clinic’s win unseals records of PA lawmaker’s prosecution
Police lay charges after Taggerty armed robbery
Government backs first responders in PTSD battle
Australia’s Judicial Impartiality Consultation Paper released
Tough new action to target repeat youth offenders
All eyes needed in battle to halt weedy invader
Major changes to interpretation of Human Rights Act needed to protect people during arrest and detention, research argues
Two New Judicial Appointments To County Court
Lawyers welcome stripping of charitable status and public naming and shaming of institutions that fail to sign up
Nanak Narulla selected as Tasmania’s new Rhodes Scholar
A technology-enabled justice system
Ai Group urges a national approach to any WR changes for platform businesses
Law Council President, Pauline Wright, support to Bernard Collaery
Police charge man after South Yarra assault 13 October
LNP commit not to strip CTP rights for injured qld road users
Minister LeBlanc announces appointments to Independent Advisory Board for Senate Appointments
Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada announces judicial appointments in province of Québec
Paper: Lawful discrimination by businesses creates ‘customer caste’
Police charge man after Dallas non-fatal shooting
AI can spur real change in legal sector
Can you sue your employer if you contract COVID-19 in workplace?
Police charge man after Gowanbrae stabbing
COVID-19 Response Bill passes Parliament
IBAC finds improper evidentiary and disclosure practices were used by some Victoria Police officers during
Police charge man over investigation into sexual assaults
Queenslanders launch Coalition to save our CTP scheme
Coastal values at planning scheme’s forefront
ALA new national president: First time a WA lawyer takes role
Law Council President, Pauline Wright, statement on China imposing security laws in Hong Kong
Law Council President, Pauline Wright, statement on Bernard Collaery
COVID-19 Response Bill to support health care workers
Why Tasmania’s new gender identity laws are warranted
Police charge man after 2012 Elwood sexual assaults
Foreign Minister announces two diplomatic appointments
Mabo footage released for first time
Queensland to celebrate Mabo Day differently
Report finds concerns with access to fair trials in Malaysian death penalty cases
Second man charged after CBD reported armed robbery
CCTV clue in CBD armed robbery investigation
Police charge man after CBD armed robbery
Financial penalties needed for institutions that fail to sign up to redress
Video conferencing to facilitate legal transactions in era of social distancing
Failure to sign up to redress scheme should mean loss of charitable status: ALA
What happens to your debts when you die?