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The Accession of King Charles and the Courts

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  • 21 February 2023
What does the Accession of King Charles to the Throne Mean for the Courts Queen Elizabeth II is the longest reigning monarch in history. Her reign spanned almost 71 years. Most people living to
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The other stolen generation

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  • 02 November 2022
The Other Stolen Generation Hearing anecdotal evidence from the son of a migrant woman, who in the 1950s, had one of her twins stolen from a Redfern maternity hospital, persuaded me to research
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Coercive Control

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  • 06 October 2022
The Criminalisation of Coercive Control The murder of Brisbane mother Hannah Clarke and her three children has been a beacon for the issue of coercive control. For a long time, Hannah Clarke w
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The Dawson Murder

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  • 07 September 2022
How a Podcast Delivered Justice to Lynette Dawson After forty years, two coronial inquests, an application for permanent stay of proceedings and a nine-week trial, Justice Ian Harrison confirme
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Restraint Clauses in Employment Contracts

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  • 29 October 2021
  Restraint of Trade or Restraint Clauses appear regularly in employment contracts. Most people do not think twice about them and are just thankful they secured the job or position.
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Labour Hire workers and Unfair Dismissals

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  • 24 September 2021
  What is a Labour Hire Worker? The definition of a labour hire worker is a person (worker) who signs a work contract with an agency firm. Examples are nursing agencies, security agenc
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'Ignorance of the law does not excuse him'

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  • 27 August 2021
  The above quote is an ancient proverb and a principle in law.   It means that just because a person does not know the law, does not mean that he/she cannot be held accountab
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Indigenous People can NEVER BE Constitutional Aliens

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  • 24 August 2021
  Love & Thoms v Commonwealth [2020] HCA 3 Mr Thoms was born in New Zealand and as such was a New Zealand citizen. But he had resided permanently in Australia since 1994 and is a d
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A gendered Criminal Justice System?

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  • 12 July 2021
  Across many professions and businesses there exist both here in Australia and across many other nations a stark imbalance of men to women in positions of power. The criminal justice
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Freedom of Contract - is there really such a thing?

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  • 02 July 2021
  It has been premised that employers and employees have the right to negotiate their terms of contract. The concept of autonomy describes this as people should be free to choose whom they
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