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Chinese law deans to descend upon Sydney Uni's Law School this weekend; seeking political asylum from Ecuador may pay off for Julian Assange according to a legal expert; a human rights claim by the Wadeye indigenous community has been resolved with the help of ABL and Peter Garrett; and KWM partner Stephen Jaggers says Gillard’s minority government will have a tough time fixing funding problems that flow from the High Court decision on its chaplaincy program. Stephanie Quine brings you the top legal stories for the week.

Chinese law deans will descend upon Sydney University this weekend with the aim of strengthening legal ties between Australia and China; seeking political asylum from Ecuador may pay off for Julian Assange according to a legal expert; a  human rights claim by the Wadeye indigenous community has been resolved with the help of Arnold Bloch Leibler; and a King & Wood Mallesons partner says Gillard’s minority government will have a tough time fixing funding problems that flow from the High Court decision on its chaplaincy program. Stephanie Quine brings you the top legal stories for the week.
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