The aftermath of the Lawyer X royal commission

By Tasha Levy|27 February 2020

After 11 months, 127 days of hearings, 81 witnesses and 1,491 exhibits, the Royal Commission into the Management of Police Informants has concluded.

On this special episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, join Emma Ryan and Naomi Neilson as the pair wrap up the year that was Lawyer X.

With severe ramifications likely to eventuate following key findings about Nicola Gobbo and her handlers, Emma and Naomi break down the biggest highlights to come to the surface, as well as how this is set to shape the notion of legal professional privilege and Victoria’s police force moving forward.


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