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Appointment of President of Australian Competition Tribunal
Counselor Chollet’s Trip to Ukraine
Regional opportunities spark interest from legal minds
Final call for open justice reform submissions
Shannon Finch appointed Group General Counsel
New Appointments To Anti-Corruption Watchdog
Landmark changes to charity laws
Statement on retirement of Supreme Court Justice Rosalie Silberman Abella
More funding for domestic and family violence and sexual assault responses
Ai Group supports 70% minimum return to class members
Women’s Safety NSW responds to the NSW Budget
Misuse of COVID-19 tracing data must be punishable with sanctions and liability
OSCE Project Co-ordinator in Ukraine UK response
New laws to strengthen sentencing of family violence offenders
Victim Participation in Justice System
Remove roadblocks to delivering much needed community services
Statement on consent law reform
ASIC extends licensing relief to all trustees of registrable superannuation entities for consistent treatment under law
Queensland Government moves to make renting fairer
Chlöe Swarbrick puts Bill aimed at minimising alcohol harm in Members’ ballot
COTA calls for stronger and more comprehensive protections for older people on World Elder Abuse Awareness Day
Spotlight on powers of attorney as part of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day
Impact of COVID-19 on weddings reinforces need for marriage law reforms
Dedicated to a lifetime of social justice OAM recipient Janet Jukes
Haddad should retract false assertions
Overhaul of outdated, unfair guardianship laws must become a priority for Archer
Sexual assault reports spike
Housing supply to be sped up in major changes to New Zealand’s building laws
Australian Government saddened at passing of James Crawford, Judge of International Court of Justice
Consent law reform
Voluntary Assisted Dying laws introduced to Queensland Parliament
Greens Committed to Enthusiastic Consent Reform in NSW
Qld voluntary assisted dying Bill deals with institutions’ objections
Voluntary Assisted Dying laws to be introduced to Queensland Parliament
Courts to receive $100 million in Government funding announced in 2021-22 Budget
New law reforms regulation of financial market infrastructures
ASIC quarterly update January to March 2021
On front line of family law reform
Ministerial Expert Committee to advise Government on electoral reform
Australia’s Judicial Impartiality Consultation Paper released
Pass PRO Act to Empower Workers, Protect Rights: US
Addressing sexual assault in Canberra, next steps
Scheme helping people put unpaid court fines behind them
Law professor argues for removing police from traffic enforcement
Justice Bond appointed to Queensland Court of Appeal
Labor to Expand Justice Reinvestment to Reduce First Nations Incarceration 19 April
Labor To Expand Justice Reinvestment to Reduce First Nations Incarceration
Cross-party support for fundamental reforms to address First Nations deaths in custody