Roger Fitch Esq • Friday, July 17, 2015
Hellfire Club • Thursday, July 16, 2015
Bar Talk • Tuesday, July 7, 2015
Bell that cat ... Real estate news - Bell sells ... Recycling the College of Law and old Sydney law buildings ... Bookwork - law librarian movements ... Celebrity report - more news about Charles Waterstreet ... Read more ...
Crimes and misdemeanours ... Latest from the US Supremes ... Citizens United splits a seam ... Trade agreements and sidelining judicial oversight ... Leveraging the "no fly" list ... Terrorism prosecutions and the First Amendment ... From Our Man in Washington ... Read more ...
Interns - throw off your chains ... An oversupplied market where interns are asked to pay whopping fees to law firms ... When is an intern really an employee? ... Barely Legal embarks on an internship and wrestles with the "work thresholds" ... Read more ...
"After nearly 20 years in public life I took this action to stand up to malicious people intent on vilifying Australians who choose to serve in public office to make their country a better place ... I do not regret taking this action."
Treasurer Joe Hockey after substantially losing his "Treasurer for Sale" defamation case and being awarded only 15 percent of his costs. July 22, 2015 ... READ MORE >>
Viticulture in Van Diemen's land ... Lawyers and the grape ... Guy Green and William Cox - Tasmania's vine growing chief justices, who managed not to produce any wine ... Gabriel Wendler reviews a painstaking history of Tasmanian wine ... Read more ...
The fight for Wentworth ... It's 2007 and the federal election that saw the Howard government swept from office is underway ... Polly Peck visits the seat of Wentworth, where the campaign is particularly fervid ... From Justinian's archive, November 21, 2007 ... Read more ...