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    "Even in the members stand, you walk around and think - I can see bra, I can see cellulite and everything is very short. When you go to where Fashions on the Field is held, everyone looks impeccible and it would be nice if that started filtering through to the racecourse as a whole." 

    Marlia Saunders, lawyer at Ashurst, Sydney, finalist at Derby Day's Fashions on the Field at Randwick. The Sydney Morning Herald, April 11, 2014  READ MORE >>


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


    Justinian Featurettes

    Jay Williams is the barrister appearing for a group of the asylum seekers on Manus Island ... He was deported by the PNG government ... Further proceedings are pending ... Up close On the Couch ... Read more ... 


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    Da Mystery of the Da Vinci Code litigation ... Forgotten heros of the Sydney Institute ... Larry Adler Dinner disappoints ... A slice of history from the "Uglies" ... Queensland's fearful Bureau de Spank ... That was then ... Read more ...


     

    Friday
    Dec022011

    Braveheart's last stand

    Scottish Supremo tries to quell northern rebellion ... English accused of eroding Scottish law ... "You can't take our freedom" ... Conflicts for horseracing barristers ... Leverhulme with London Calling 

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    Wednesday
    Nov302011

    Reptiles and shysters

    Littlemore peddles loosely-stitched thesis to Fink … Human Rights Commission beds down with Rio Tinto … Sound and fury from a Murdoch editor, signifying nothing … Styles v Clutz - parties issue peachy settlement sentiments … State media invaded by Poland 

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    Monday
    Nov282011

    Judges fooling themselves

    Judges and their reasoning ... Politics and precedent ... How judges use reasons as window dressing ... Tulkinghorn explores those extralegal criteria 

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    Friday
    Nov252011

    Ambition swirls around AG's chair

    Stepping up, stepping down ... Who's who in a prospective new year Canberra reshuffle ... Poor Harry Jenkins falling on his parliamentary cutlery is just the beginning ... Polly Peck suggests there is more knife work to come 

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    Friday
    Nov252011

    Stressful times at Brisvegas bar 'n' grill

    Silk appointments gridlocked ... Old favourites rejected, again ... Grim economic conditions for juniors ... Helpful advice on how barristers can ingratiate themselves ... Constable Plod takes an insensitive attitute to late BAS and tax returns ... Sir Terence O'Rort explores the misery 

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    Wednesday
    Nov232011

    Scrambling to derail overcharging cases

    Mystery person offering settlements for Stephen Firth's clients to withdraw their overcharging cases against Keddies ... Injunction sought ... Former Keddies' partners give undertakings pending further hearing 

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    Wednesday
    Nov232011

    Upside to resting barristers cheques 

    Solicitors are unlikely to be entirely jinxed if caught "resting" payments to barristers ... Famous Victorian cheque rester Gary Singer has gone from strength to strength in the art world, along with the rise of the withdrawal fee ... Barry Lane explores some intricate artistic-legal connections 

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    Tuesday
    Nov222011

    Mr Mortified assumes too much

    Junior Junior in court to catch Mr Mortified putting his foot in it during sentencing submissions ... Cringe ... When will men learn? ... Nothing should be assumed 

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    Monday
    Nov212011

    Land of the brave

    Former general counsel of the CIA under investigation over drone attack "murder" remark ... War crimes don't need a war (apparently) ... Novel offences likely to remain on the books ... Ideological Republican circuit judges flout the Supreme Court ... Our Man in Washington reports 

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