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Moray & Agnew promotes 15

National law firm Moray & Agnew has elevated four to partner, eight to special counsel and three to senior associate...Read More
John Barilaro

Google ordered to pay $715k for defamation against John Barilaro

Judge Steven Rares of the Federal Court has found that Google’s actions in posting and reposting hate speech against a...Read More

Terms of Reference for Robodebt Royal Commission suggested

The Robodebt scheme was an example of government maladministration that led to vulnerable members of society owing hundr...Read More
Mabo

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander leaders remembered

The 30th anniversary of the Mabo decision has signalled important milestones for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders....Read More
Hayes Information Systems acquired by Attura Limited

Hayes Information Systems acquired by Attura Limited

Perth-based award winning OpenText partner, Hayes Information Systems and Communications (Hayes), has been advised by la...Read More

NSW Local Court appoints 3 new magistrates

Three new magistrates have been appointed to the Local Court of NSW bringing with them almost 90 years’ worth of colle...Read More
Supreme Court in WA

DPP appointed to Supreme Court in WA

Director of Public Prosecutions, Amanda Forrester SC, has been appointed as a judge of the Supreme Court of Western Aust...Read More
Dubbo Court

‘One of the most bizarre judgments I have ever read’

In the words of the presiding Supreme Court judge, “the transcript must be seen to be believed”. Read More

Full Federal Court to hear call for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islan...

The Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service and the Human Rights Law Centre are challenging Centrelink to enable Aboriginal a...Read More
Australian refugee policy

HRLC calls for new ministers to take action on Australian refugee poli...

Newly appointed Minister for Home Affairs and Minister of Immigration, Clare O’Neil and Andrew Giles, have been met wi...Read More
Tasmania

Strip searches in children’s detention centres to end in Tasmania

The Tasmanian government has passed laws that will end routine strip searches of children in Tasmanian jails. ...Read More
NSW government

Pressure on NSW government to do more about Ice Inquiry

The Law Society of NSW are pushing for the NSW government to initiate the recommendations of the Ice Inquiry and employ ...Read More

Australian Family Lawyers secures $10m loan facility

Listed national law firm Australian Family Lawyers has entered an agreement with NAB for a loan facility of $10 million ...Read More

Is it time for firms to publish wage data?

Following Julia Gillard’s recent comments about the reasonableness of revisiting Australia’s reporting requirements ...Read More
Shirley Southgate

Leo Cussen launches Alumni Awards

PLT and CPD provider Leo Cussen Centre for Law has unveiled its inaugural Alumni Awards to mark its 50th anniversary. ...Read More
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