Civil Law

By Caitlin Holloway


Folau case will bring clarity to workplace laws

Most of you will have heard about the termination of Israel Folau’s $4 million contract with Rugby Australia, following Folau’s posts on social media, which proclaimed that hell waits “drunks, homosexuals, adulterers, liars,…

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Criminal Law

By Zoe Jones


Having a great time in bed, get an STI instead – criminal consequences for offenders transmitting diseases in the Australian Capital Territory

Horror stories have appeared around the globe in relation to unsuspecting persons being infected with serious sexually transmitted infections (“STIs”). It is the stuff of nightmares – waking up and realising you have…

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Criminal Law

By Peter Woodhouse


Do you recognise this person? 

The danger of using Facebook as a means of identifying suspects. Apparently, 2.7 billion people use Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram or Messenger each month and more than 2.1 billion use at least one of…

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Criminal Law

By Satomi Hamon


The Pell Appeal – in a nutshell

Catholic Cardinal George Pell is currently serving a 6-year gaol term for sexually abusing two choirboys when he was archbishop of Melbourne in the 1990s. In December 2018, a jury found Pell guilty…

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