Civil Law

By Alexis Currier


That’s one small step from medical negligence, and one giant leap to reputational damage

Nearly 50 years ago to the day, Neil Armstrong was the first man to land on the moon and solidify his place in the history books. However, just a few days after this…

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Criminal Law

By Anna Bennett


The law is an ass – when it is badly drafted and rushed through parliament: a critique of the Criminal Code Amendment (Sharing of Abhorrent Violent Material) legislation.

Across the world, technology continues to advance at an extraordinary rate. Unfortunately, however, technological advancement is not an unalloyed, positive force. Whilst, advancements in technology have at least some degree of indisputable benefit,…

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Criminal Law

By Andrew Byrnes


Big Brother is watching – a lesson from the Fortnite live-stream incident

On Monday 8 July 2019, a Sydney man, Luke Munday, pleaded guilty to an offence of common assault on his pregnant partner. The events to which Mr Munday pleaded guilty caused a serious…

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