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Vote for Transparency 2h
Multinational corporations are now lobbying our government to make it harder for victims of illegal corporate activity to claim compensation via class action law suits. via
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ulurustatement Jul 6
Listen to Dr Josie Douglas on why the First Nations Voice to Parliament enshrined in the Constitution is so important to remote Aboriginal people from Central Australia.
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ulurustatement Jul 4
What can reconciliation be in Australia? explains in the how the is a gamechanger. The First Nations Voice to Parliament in the Constitution is an “Australian solution to a very Australian problem.”
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Law Council Jul 8
Following recent media reports into sexual harassment, the Law Council of Australia held a national roundtable that brought together experts across the country to address the issue of sexual harassment in the profession -
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Law Council Jul 9
Australia needs to maintain security laws that do not extend further than is necessary to respond to the security threats they are designed to thwart, says the Law Council of Australia -
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JillHennessyMP 5h
An important story about how class actions offer ordinary people access to justice.
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Coalition for Extradition Reform Jul 10
Justice figures, law makers and academics have rightly raised concerns about how Australia's Extradition Act 1988 can strip Australians of important protections. Please re-tweet!
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Angus M-a-c-i-n-n-i-s 14h
"This is yet another case which illustrates the difficulties occasioned by so‑called 'home made' wills."
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ulurustatement Jul 4
Replying to @ulurustatement
As Professor Davis explains “when our voice is protected in the Constitution from the vagaries of ideology and party politics” then “we can have a fair and truthful relationship.”
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Bread Walker SC Jul 4
MR BEASLEY: … SITREP … ? MR LITTLE: … situation report. COMM'R WALKER: The executives of this cruise line … they're all ex-military, are they? Or do they just like aping military habits? … COMM'R: Neither is particularly a point of praise … 26/6/20
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Emmanuel 17h
The on sexual harassment in the legal profession. -
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Leah Jul 8
It was a privilege to participate in roundtable today on behalf of on law reform and reform in the profession, stay tuned for outcomes and proposals for reform.
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Ben Zocco Jul 4
Public housing residents in Flemington and North Melbourne will be detained for an additional 10 days if the don’t consent to a COVID-19 test
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Bread Walker SC Jul 4
COMMISSIONER WALKER: … I know we live in a federation but we do live in a federation. Why can't a State official speak to a national company? They do all the time, by the way. 29/6/20
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Lawyers Weekly Jul 10
Voting is now open for The Lawyers Weekly Award, to be presented to one individual for making substantial, consequential achievements in advancing the Australian legal profession since 2000.
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Eddie Synot Jul 9
Hear it directly from the very real members of community that support the & have been working tirelessly to carry forward its invitation & reform agenda of Voice, Treaty & Truth. Real solutions. Real support.
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Lawyers Weekly Jul 6
More than 500 female legal professionals have written to the Attorney-General asking that he “seize the moment” created by the Dyson Heydon revelations.
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Supreme Court of Vic Jul 9
Thank you to everyone who attended, and provided great feedback on, the virtual hearings webinar hosted by the Supreme and County Courts. If you missed ‘The dos and don'ts of virtual hearings’, you can watch it now on our website,
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The Piddington Society Jul 7
PidCast. It’s a thing. Get on it. For this first episode we talk with Karen Farley SC, from Legal Aid. She goes through making mistakes - even her own - and seeking advice from silks. Search for Piddington on iTunes. This episode was sponsored by .
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Carolyn Bond Jul 10
Lawyer Dominique Grubisa asking ppl to sign up for her “Vestey Trust” today ($8,500 for “action takers) – surely a bargain from "only lawyer in the world" who underwrites unlimited changes for your lifetime.
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