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New Queensland Law Reform Commission Chair appointed
Jailing your way out of crime does not work: ALA
Attitude adjustment needed on gendered violence
Greens welcome family law reforms that put kids first
AG: Data Sharing to Strengthen Family Safety
GPs Lead Health-Based Approach on Alcohol and Drug Use
RACGP: GPs to Take Health-Focused Approach to Alcohol, Drugs
Protections against discrimination strengthened
High Commissioner Urges Drug Policy Changes
Stronger laws to crack down on illicit tobacco
Courts need full discretion for urgent bail reform
From CEO: Let’s hope Year of Rabbit yields reform
Religious Liberty: How Important is Freedom of Conscience?
Leaked Doc: Plan to Cut University Wages Exposed
Sue & Lloyd Clarke Lead Coercive Control Forum: Registrations Open
Canada Names President, Commissioners for Law Commission
Laws Struggle to Keep Up with Medicinal Cannabis Use in Australia
Senior Counsel appointed Judge of Supreme Court 21 February
Biden Statement on Mississippi Mass Shooting
ACON: Bipartisan Support for Reforms, but More Needed Before Election
Victorian Government must raise age to at least 14
Catholic Schools Thrive as Record Numbers Enroll
Biden Condemns MSU Shooting: White House
Biden Marks 5 Years Since Parkland Massacre: Statement
Defending Bulgarian Democracy from Corruption
Review of sexual offence laws open for discussion
WA Shooters Push Politicians to Reject Gun Laws
Kids’ Art, Card Games Shed Light on Surrogacy: Study
White House Meets Bosnia & Herzegovina Presidency Reps
Impossible for Cath. Schools to be Catholic? Proposed Reforms
Family Law Reforms Welcome, Funding Leaves Women/Kids at Risk
Veronica Nelson Inquest: Damning Call for Bail Reform
Consultation on draft Family Law Amendment Bill 2023
Bail reform mustn’t tinker around edges, or be delayed: Greens
Framework for Decision-Making Proposed for Cognitively Disabled
UN: Address Conflict Drivers to Prevent Terror in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Regional licence suspensions drop to zero under new regime
Federal judicial commission consultation opens
Appointment to Australian Law Reform Commission
Indigenous Advisory Committee appointments
Reforming sex and gender recognition laws in Western Australia
Views sought on overhauling WA’s sexual offence laws
Secretary Blinken and President Radev Hold Talks
Improving access to justice for class actions
New RTI Commissioner to start in January
End to population growth integral to environmental law reform
Australia’s leading scientists welcome government response to Samuel review
Govt’s enviro law reforms lack urgency and climate action