Mark Livesey, Australia's national bar leader on Justinian's Couch ... The pressing issues confronting barristers ... The role of the ABA ... Personal tastes, likes and dislikes laid bare
There's another world beyond law and lawyering ... and here you can find it: reviews, wine notes, interviews, and the unpacking of the human condition.
Critics' Corner: reviews of books, films and TV by Worm and I. Box.
Déjà Vu: marvellous slices of history from Justinian's bulging archive.
Jaws: food, glorious food.
JustyFlix: our film crew covers the most glittering events on the calendar.
Miss Lumière: spends a lot of time in the dark, reviewing films.
On the Couch: where notable notables bear their souls.
Wendler on Wine: spectacular wine reviews, gargling and spitting from barrister Gabriel Wendler.
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Part of our series on lawyers who've escaped the law ... Chui Lee Luk, former tax lawyer is one of the country's most interesting and original chefs ... The perfectionist from Claude's in Paddington now at her new creation Chow Bar & Eating House ... The lawyer turned chef took time out from the kitchen to visit Justinian's couch
Ann Cunningham, commissioning editor of The Federation Press, has assembled a list of this year's best and least loved books, chosen by a hand selected pool of legally inclined people ... Plenty of ideas and inspiration
For holiday reading Justinian's wine man Gabriel Wendler recommends Jonathan Nossiter's Liquid Memory - Why Wine Matters ... A deconstruction of wine guides and the points system ... Loves and hates exposed ... A wine romp
Professor Jane McAdam is on Justinian's couch ... Shedding light on her job as director of the Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law ... What's a nice lass from the north shore doing mixed up in refugee policy and the human displacement consequences of climate change?
Former WA Supreme Court judge Nicholas Hasluck is our couchee ... Jurist and author - his latest work, Legal Limits, examines the connections between law and literature
Forgery, drunkenness, prejudice, injustice ... The notorious Newtown Ejectment Case of the 1850s provides a fascinating slice of colonial life ... Matt Murphy's Weight of Evidence reviewed by Linda Funnell
Former Victorian attorney general Rob Hulls on Justinian's couch ... The man who brought the Charter of Human Rights to Victoria and introduced judicial tendering ... Now director of the Centre for Innovative Justice at RMIT ... Training students to be innovative and passionate
Influenced by Doris Lessing and John Lee Hooker ... Proselytizer for the "globalisation of ethics" ... Closely identified with blancmange ... Steve Mark, the lawyer who wanted to stay out of jail, joins us on Justinian's couch
Panadol ... Wikipedia ... Laziness ... Atticus Finch ... Hot chips ... Frequent flyer points ... Ian Chappell ... Bach's Goldberg Variations - The secret ingredients in the life of Geoffrey Watson