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Ms Chris Ronalds delivers 2020 Goldring Lecture
Inaugural Report On Renting In Victoria
Public interest journalism deserves legislative protection
Labor acts to toughen up weak political donation laws
Modernising South Australia’s abortion laws
Former Supreme Court Judge to head WA’s peak law reform body
Formal family agreements will protect older people
[Devolving extinction:] State environment approvals would weaken nature protection
Environment Minister doing Rio Tinto’s bidding
Caves destruction illustrates need for review and reform of Commonwealth legislation
COVID-19 causing greatest surge of child marriages in
We’re facing an insolvency tsunami. With luck, these changes will avert worst of it
A guide for lawyers to help with Elder Abuse released
Virtual program to address local law issues around solar energy projects
Premier dodges accountability on donation law reform
Additional resources to boost Kimberley family violence response
Law reforms will encourage more victims of sexual or family violence to seek help
A shameful new low from Labor
Reducing court backlogs in Tasmania
Domestic violence survivors and advocates call for criminalisation of coercive control
Action needed on donation law reform
Opening Statement: Inquiry into family, domestic and sexual violence
Announcement of extension to a public appointee
Aba joins law Council of Australia in expressing need for caution
Answers needed on political donation reform
Law Council urges caution on changes to fundamental principles of criminal responsibility
Corporate Plan 2020-21 sets out OAIC strategic priorities
ALRC’s final report on Australia’s corporate criminal responsibility regime
Home improvements cheaper as building consent rules relaxed
Kraszlan appointed Commissioner for Victims of Crime
Family Public Law Reform National rollout of digital care and supervision applications resumes in September
Urgent Changes To Ensure Victim-Survivors Can Speak Up
Environment bill a disaster for koalas, bilbies
Press freedom inquiry would still jail journalists
Industry urges Crossbench Senators to reject Labor’s attempts to remove regulation of litigation funders
Australian first as ACT Greens secure commitment to regular pill-testing
Family and domestic violence offenders face GPS tracking
2020 Election: ACT Greens release major Drug Law Reform package to help end war on drugs
Family justice system needs to incorporate children’s voices, Otago research
Community views sought on abuse of Powers of Attorney
Australian Bar Association joins expression of disappointment at Commonwealth’s justice targets
Justice targets are just a wish list
Targets miss mark on justice for First Nations
Closing Gap needs investment and reforms
UNSW Sydney appoints new Acting Dean of Law
Ai Group puts forward comprehensive plan to reform litigation funding and class action laws
Parliamentary Joint Committee on Corporations and Financial Services – Opening statement Litigation funding
Nation agrees to NSW-led defamation revolution