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Jay Williams is the barrister appearing for some of the asylum seekers on Manus Island ... He's been representing them before a court of inquiry into alleged human rights abuses ... Deported by the PNG government ... Further proceedings pending ... From Melbourne to the Sydney bar via Arnhem Land with Immanuel Kant in his back pocket ... Now he's on Justinian's couch ... Read on ...

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Bigot Watch ... Soapy on the free speech balustrades ... 100 flowers to bloom ... Anti-Muslin groups rally in support ... Polly Peck reports ... Read more ...


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Your editor singing for his supper at the Copyright Symposium feast ... Copyright creator in a sea of copyright curators ... Speech ... Speech ... Speech ... A few wintery smiles from W. Gummow  ... Read more ...

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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 >>


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    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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    Saturday
    Feb152014

    Spotlighting with Dyse

    Dyson Heydon, a clever troglodyte, handed the spotlight by the Addams family ... Extraordinary powers to explore anything and anyone ... Recalling some of Dyse's finest historical and literary flourishes 

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    Tuesday
    Feb112014

    There's no business like show business

    Britain gripped by old codger sex trials ... Coronation Street star has no memory of his accusers ... For Leverhulme, the world seems upside down ... "Judge Grendal" asks, where was the judge? ... London Calling 

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    Thursday
    Feb062014

    You wouldn't read about it

    Liberals and monarchists combine to push Victorian silks into QC option ... SCs dash for the bauble ... Creative destruction grabs law journalism by the throat ... Fresh judgment from Justice Roughshagger ... Bottle of bubbly cracked over the bow of P.G. Hely Chambers 

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    Wednesday
    Feb052014

    Avenging Sir Joh

    The LNP has it in for Fitzgerald's legacy ... Gutting the Crime and Misconduct Commission ... Fixers appointed to "implementation panel" ... Stephen Keim and Alex McKean give the background on the creation of Newman's Star Chamber 

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    Monday
    Feb032014

    ICAC's new commissioner

    Changing guard at the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption ... The life story of Justice Megan Latham ... Inspector Dave battens down the hatches ... Plan B for Abbott & Co ... Political crime sleuth Alex Mitchell reports 

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    Friday
    Jan312014

    January at the bar 

    No cheques, no work, too poor to travel ... Junior Junior survives January - preceded by a ghastly Christmas ... The myth of trying to be conspicuous during the break 

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    Friday
    Jan312014

    Regional reports 

    Upending free speech in the Top End ... A terrible Christmas time in The Map 

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    Thursday
    Jan302014

    McLeod's Daughters

    Victorian silks pledge to be nice to wymyn barristers ... Bar-O-Meter ... Not all plain sailing for hurdlers doing the Quantum Leap ... Alix Piatek reports 

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    Wednesday
    Jan292014

    Indemnity costs for egregiousness 

    Defamatorium ... Clive Palmer's lessons in how not to wage a defamation action ... Acting for himself, then switching back to lawyers ... Failure to compy with case management rules ... Delays ... Last minute attempt to reactivate his case ... Submission for judge to recuse herself ... The kitchen sink ... Indemnity costs 

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