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Apartment reform is now a realistic opportunity
Premier promises stronger privacy laws to protect Queenslanders in age of surveillance
Parliament passes landmark family violence reform package
It’s time for a Royal Commission into Robodebt
Tasmanian sex and gender identity reforms given all clear
Why Tasmania’s new gender identity laws are warranted
New Appointment To Victorian Law Reform Commission
New Laws To Improve Access To Justice Pass Parliament
National police check anomaly a barrier for much needed volunteers
Parliament passes comprehensive reform package to WA’s fine enforcement regime
What is definition of a retirement village, law reform consultation asks
World Elder Abuse Awareness Day 2020
Education and athlete welfare primary focus of new legislation
Anti-doping law reform strengthens integrity of Australian sport
Abuse of Powers of Attorney under spotlight
Urgent need to address Australia’s national disgrace
Calls to end Indigenous deaths in custody
War on journalism still raging a year after AFP raids
Calls to end Indigenous deaths in custody
Landmark child abuse reforms pass Parliament
No charges but laws that criminalise journalism remain
No charges but laws that criminalise journalism remain – MEAA
Circle sentencing success strengthens case for a Walama Court in NSW
Government exempts some home improvements from costly consents
New spy Bill threatens press freedom
New spy Bill threatens press freedom – MEAA
Deputy Commissioner Mike Clement announces retirement
Improving justice outcomes for class action members
President Of Children’s Court Reappointed
Who gets dog? From ‘pet-nuptial’ agreements to shared parenting
Australian Bar Association mourns passing of Philip Selth
COVIDSafe Bill: privacy protections improved, but more needed
24-hour economy reforms support nightlife revival post COVID-19
Future Lawyers Program goes online
World Press Freedom Day 2020: reforms needed to reverse criminalisation of journalism
Australia’s slump in press freedom standing shows need for reforms – MEAA
High Court decision highlights ongoing vulnerability
New centre to address AI and digital ethics
Protection of whistleblowers vital during COVID-19
Frontline workers need legal protection
UO law professor Michael Fakhri appointed to UN post
First book by Journalism lecturer reveals rescuer’s wild life
Contingency Fee Bill must not be rushed through Victorian Parliament given strong concerns expressed by Law Council of Australia
ASIC consults on proposals about advice fee consents and independence disclosure
Federal Government introduces legislation to criminalize conversion therapy-related conduct
Canada announces Unified Family Court Appointments in province of Nova Scotia
New Commissioner of Police appointed
Commonwealth Parliamentary inquiry is yet another reason why Victoria should not go it alone on contingency fees