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9 Aug 2019
Proposed amendments to reproductive health bill must be rejected
Amendments being floated to the Reproductive Health Care Reform Bill – which would make it harder for women to access reproductive care that already...
8 Aug 2019
Banerji case sends ‘warning shot’ for employees’ use of social media
The provisions of the Public Service Act do “not impose an unjustified burden” on the constitutionally implied freedom of political communication ...
Parliament house
5 Aug 2019
Why all MPs should vote for the Reproductive Healthcare Reform Bill 2019
An estimated one in four women will have an abortion in their lifetime. This equates to just under one million women in NSW who are likely to seek an ...
1 Aug 2019
Marque Lawyers named legal rep in Frydenberg, Liu saga
Marque Lawyers has been confirmed as the legal representative acting on behalf of those who filed petitions in the High Court yesterday, alleging Fede...
1 Aug 2019
ALHR slams government move to repeal Medevac legislation
Australian Lawyers for Human Rights (ALHR) has condemned the federal government for seeking to repeal the Medevac legislation, noting its importance i...
29 Jul 2019
RACS urges greater protection of asylum seeker children
Refugee Advice and Casework Service (RACS) has called for an independent guardian to be assigned to unaccompanied children seeking protection in Austr...
25 Jul 2019
Reflections on 10 years of the Fair Work Act
The Fair Work Act has proved “functional and effective”, and should be celebrated by both sides of politics, argues one firm leader. Write...
24 Jul 2019
Metadata laws must be urgently reformed
The Morrison Government must move to scale back federal metadata laws in the wake of the “extraordinary high rate” at which the AFP is accessing t...
24 Jul 2019
Victoria’s CLCs to receive further $1.8m
The Victorian government has rolled out a second round of rounding worth $1.8 million in an attempt to bolster the work being completed by the state...
22 Jul 2019
A-G cannot proceed with ‘fundamentally flawed’ family courts bills
Australian families “deserve much better” than the bills for structural reform to the family law system that have been presented to the parliament...
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