News & Current Affairs

By Erin Taylor

29.07.22

To rainbow or not to rainbow – is it ok to say no?

You would have to have been living under a rock this week if you haven’t heard about the controversy with 7 players from the Manly Sea Eagles club in the National Rugby League…

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News & Current Affairs  .  Criminal Law

By Peter Woodhouse

14.07.22

Police corruption remains a threat to the rule of law in Australia

A lot of you can be forgiven if the name Jason Roberts doesn’t ring a bell.  It didn’t with me – well, not until a couple of days ago. On Monday, Roberts was…

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News & Current Affairs

By Alexis Currier

12.07.22

The time and trials of Bernard Collaery

On 7 June 2022, Australia’s Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus ordered that the Commonwealth drop the prosecution of lawyer Bernard Collaery. Mr Collaery’s trial was due to commence in the Supreme Court of the Australian…

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News & Current Affairs

By Caitlin Holloway

29.06.22

Time travel is possible, and it goes by the name of SCOTUS

On 25 June 2022, I woke up briefly thinking I had time-travelled back 50 years. Turns out I hadn’t – the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) had just handed down a…

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News

By Peter Woodhouse

22.06.22

Ben Aulich – an update from our Managing Partner

On Monday I appeared on behalf of my colleague Ben Aulich in the ACT Magistrates Court regarding an application by the prosecution to amend the charge made against Ben in late 2020. When…

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News

By Monica McGrath

10.06.22

Empowering Women at Aulich

We were recently approached by one of our clients, Deborah Fulton, Director and Founder of Empowered Collective to ask us if we would be interested in getting involved in their Women’s Return to…

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Aulich Advice Panel

By Monica McGrath

31.05.22

Aulich Advice Panel – Episode Eleven

Welcome back to the Aulich Advice Panel series. In Episode Eleven of the Aulich Advice Panel Monica McGrath quizzes Peter Woodhouse on identification parades. If you have a burning question you would like…

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News & Current Affairs

By Ben Aulich

31.05.22

Shame on you, Bob Katter

Independent Bob Katter has won his seat easily (once again) with 34,575 primary votes. That is 41.74% of the electorate of Kennedy. That means his approval increased by nearly 1%. On a two-candidate…

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Law Updates

By Aulich

27.05.22

How much power is too much power?

The NSW Government is celebrating their new law giving NSW Police the power to search convicted drug dealers without warrant. Deputy Premier Paul Toole says that “police will be in criminals’ faces more…

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Aulich Advice Panel

By Monica McGrath

03.05.22

Aulich Advice Panel – Episode Ten

Welcome back to the Aulich Advice Panel series. In Episode Ten of the Aulich Advice Panel Stefan Russell-Uren, Associate, is asked two of the most common employment law questions.   If you have…

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