News & Current Affairs

By Phoebe Tulk

22.04.21

Moderna? Pfizer? Johnson & Johnson? AstraZeneca?

With the Victorian government announcing on 21 April 2021 that they plan to invest $50 million into the domestic manufacturing of mRNA vaccines alike Pfizer and Moderna, prospects for Australian’s awaiting the vaccine…

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Criminal Law

By Satomi Hamon

19.04.21

George Floyd murder trial: What is the defence?

On 25 May 2020, Derek Chauvin, a Minneapolis police officer at the time, pinned George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man, to the ground by the neck with his knee for 9 minutes and…

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News

By Peter Woodhouse

12.04.21

Ben Aulich & Bridie Harders – an update from our Managing Partner

I appeared on behalf of Ben Aulich and Bridie Harders in the ACT Magistrates Court earlier today. As previously foreshadowed, the most serious charge proffered against Ben was withdrawn and the remaining matters…

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News

By Peter Woodhouse

08.04.21

Ben Aulich & Bridie Harders – an update from our Managing Partner

This afternoon we were advised that the remaining charge against Bridie Harders will be withdrawn when her matter is next before the Court on 12 April 2021. It has always been our position…

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Criminal Law

By Erin Taylor

01.04.21

What’s in a name? “Nemesis” and “Raptor”: Good cop or bad cop?

There has been a lot of talk lately about the “rule of law” and it being the core of our legal system. At its most basic, the “rule of law” is the principle…

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