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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 ... 


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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 ...

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    "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 >>


    For the latest developments in media law … www.glj.com.au 


    Justinian Featurettes

    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 ... 


    Justinian's archive

    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 ... 


     

    Sunday
    Jul192015

    Immunisation under review

    Trouble with the advocates' immunity - where does it start and stop? ... Do a series of faulty statements of claim attract the immunity? ... Full Feds to the rescue ... Emilie Lentz reports 

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    Sunday
    Jul192015

    Lame excuse for misappropriation 

    Siphoning a miserable $12,000 from a property settlement sees a solicitor prised off the jam roll ... Implausible explanation for misappropriation ... Emilie Lentz at the Hellfire Club 

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    Friday
    Jul172015

    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, Roger Fitch 

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    Thursday
    Jul162015

    Memory problems

    Solicitor back in the game after an impressive history of offending and carelessness with revealing his gory details to the admission authorities ... No such luck for a dissembling NZ lawyer seeking admission to the NSW bar n' grill ... Compare and contrast 

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    Tuesday
    Jul142015

    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"  

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    Friday
    Jul102015

    Obeid boyos find their front feet

    Action against ICAC ... Misfeasance in public office ... Claims that ICAC fitted-up the Obeid boys ... Geoffrey Watson SC waved his finger and interrupted 

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    Friday
    Jul102015

    The Curse of Justinian strikes again

    Doom ... Silver Tray gets the sack and a basket of fruit ... The latest victim of a dreadful curse that blights the life of those who cross swords with Justinian 

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    Thursday
    Jul092015

    Sayonara Timbo

    Tim Carmody passes into the sunset ... Not even the hacks at The Bowen Hills Bugle could save him ... The folly of an overtly political judicial appointment ... Who's next for CJ? 

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    Tuesday
    Jul072015

    Superior legal creatures

    QC or not to QC ... That is the question before former Yarraside judge Murray Kellam ... The findings are unlikely to surprise ... Most want to keep the sacred trinket ... However, some call for the scrapping of the entire silk system 

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